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A Walk In the Park

Posted by on 22 October 2009

I know I haven’t blogged in a long time, but here are some pictures I took with my photography class.  We took a photo walking journey through a park on post.  I really love photography and I have learned so much about it.  I hope you enjoy the walk as much as I did and see the beauty through my pictures.

HPIM1892 Photo Journey

Wild Berries

HPIM1934 Photo Journey

Which path will you take?

HPIM1946 Photo Journey

Can you see through the forest?

 

 

15 Responses to A Walk In the Park

  1. Kami

    Beautiful pics! You have a great idea! Keep up the good work!

  2. Michelle G.

    You did an absolutely wonderful job with your photography! Great balance and interesting angles:)
    God Bless!
    Michelle

  3. MaryAnn Kohl

    You have captured fall colors with their softer appearance that morning often shows us. Was it morning? Beautiful!!!! Sometimes a photograph is like a painting, and all of yours are like little paintings. Good luck with your photography work. You have a natural talent.

  4. Nicole H

    Great job, they are beautiful! You really did capture the beauty.

  5. Deb Buckminster

    My FAV is the shot entitled “Wild Berries!” I love the green tone-on-tones and the brown tone-on-tones contrasted by the clusters of bright red!!

    Thanks for sharing your photography talent on your family blog!

  6. Peggy Corcoran

    Your pictures are beautiful! I hope you keep your passion for photography. I liked the forest one the best because of the balanced composition.

    Peggy

  7. Maria

    Although all your pictures are fabulous, my favorite one is the “Which path will you take” one…I love the angle and it symbolizes so much in my life that it really has captured me.

    Thanks for sharing and keep up the great work. You have a fantastic perspective and are able to capture the moment.

    Can’t wait to see more of your work!!

  8. Teresa

    Your “Wild Berries” photo is an excellent close-up that really shows off the berries’s redness against the multi-hued green background.
    The “Which Path will you take?” photo has great composition and definitely draws you in.
    The “Can You See the Forest for the Trees? is a good study in composition.
    You have a real talent for photography.
    I’d love to see more work in the future.
    Good luck!

  9. Valerie

    I love these nature shots. I love to see different perspectives. I love looking at pictures my 9 year old takes too. You kids can capture things we would miss because we just over look them. Great job…keep up the good work. You may just have a future in photography if that’s what you are going for. I think you are off to a wonderful start.

  10. Dixie

    These are beautiful! I really love the path one. It reminds me of my favorite poem by Robert Frost.
    They all look like they should be framed and hung for display!

  11. Debbie

    Great job, K!! I really like the path one. :)

  12. Susan

    These are beautiful. Keep up the good work. They send a nice message of the beauty of God’s creation and timing! I love fall and winter landscapes – bare trees, etc.

  13. Lisa

    Your photographs are wonderful. I love to take pictures of nature myself. Sadly I don’t get out to do it as much as I would like. However I did go to a historic cemetery (155 years old) a couple of weeks ago & took some great pictures.
    Keep up the good work!!!

  14. Kathy

    Beautiful! I would buy these if I saw them on postcards or cards. Keep taking pictures young lady, you have a great eye.

    Tell your mom, I’ve been absent on her blog as I’ve been traveling many hours to help take care of grandson

  15. Glinda

    These pictures are wonderful! I think that you have a natural talent for taking pictures!

    Glinda

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