Ever since I can remember, I’ve wanted to be a photographer. Here I am “shooting my sister” using the case from my mother’s camera:
When the price of digital cameras came down, I indulged in a Kodak Easyshare… I took a lot of nice photos with that simple and inexpensive camera. Here’s one of my favorites:
When I turned fifty, I indulged my desire to get a digital SLR – the Canon Rebel XT. I’m not sure which is my favorite photo with the Rebel. Maybe I haven’t taken that shot yet (ha ha). But here is the most viewed shot from my Flickr site:
I now own a Canon Rebel T2i and a Sony DSC-RX100. I edit my photos using Photoshop Elements on my PC and Snapseed on my tablet.
So anyway… I’m a photographer, yeah. I’m also a naturalist and program director at an Audubon Center, a wife and mom, a Girl Scout, a daughter, and… well, you know… all those hats that women wear.
I love winter, which is why my friend Wanda gave me the name WinterWoman. I write this blog because taking pictures and writing about them helps me remember the things I am learning on this journey through nature. If you enjoy it and maybe learn something here, well, that’s a bonus, isn’t it?
Thanks for stopping by.