Nothing makes me take odder ball pictures than a new camera. As I’ve been trying to figure out what this camera cum computer can do, I’ve taken some interesting pictures. No question, they are odd. But very interesting and rather unique.
It’s getting harder and harder to figure out what’s odd and what’s just interesting and maybe unique. That being said, we’ve got a few. We took a lot of pictures this past couple of weeks, which is typical of summer and fall.
During these two seasons, we take probably 75% of all the pictures we take for the entire year.
I think I actually have a couple of odd ones for the day! Try not to faint with excitement. Around here, I do the fainting!
I still have a lot of pictures remaining from those we took the last time we went out. Rather than just developing everything, I’ve been taking it easy and processing what I need when I think I need it.
Also, I’ve been going back to see what’s still waiting for me in previous outings. It turns out — a LOT.
The humidity made the air almost solid at River Bend. It was not quite as buggy as it had been around the corner on the Canal and river, but it was bad enough. This year, the insects adore Marilyn and are chewing her, not me. I know I should be sympathetic, but I can’t help it. Better her than me!
Oddballs. Good to think about now that spring is arriving with piles of caterpillars and of course, those big black ants. I love warmer weather, but the bugs really get me. I suppose living in the country, you have to deal with them … and I do. OUTSIDE. Not in here. And not when they show up by the millions and eat my trees.
The caterpillars are tiny right now and the trees are not fully in leaf. All this rain may help keep them from doing as much damage. I hope so. I really sincerely heart of my heart, hope so.