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I took a few moments this past weekend to head to the mountains. My daughter had her first band performance in two years so I made sure I was up there to watch that. It was good seeing them perform, they all seemed really happy.
I also had a chance to ride up the Parkway for a few minutes. It seems I never get to spend the amount of time I want to there, always rushed to do things, but the moments I do get to spend up there are peaceful for me! I didn't have time to wait for the evening sun so most of the photos I captured were late morning/early afternoon.
This lonesome tree here stands at a overlook near water rock knob. I was hoping to get more fog in the valley below it but I was a little late getting there. It is a beautiful over look. I don't think there is an overlook on the parkway that isn't beautiful. I added a few more photos to the mountains gallery on this site if you wish to go view them. Hopefully I can make it back up there in a few more times this fall.
Have a great day/night everyone!
I went to see the sunflowers last week at Dix park and took a few photos. It was a fun quick little trip. I had never taken any photos of a sunflower before so it was definitely interesting.
I have seen a lot of female albino deer but never a male albino. This is a beautiful deer. The one standing beside him is a beautiful animal as well. Deer are heavily hunted in the area that I live in so they are not too human friendly. Although at this time of the year bucks are easily seen hanging out with each other, in another month or so they will be less likely to be seen as much unless you really know where to look for them at. There is more wooded land than open land here. I gave up hunting quite a few years ago, if I shoot a deer it is with my camera. I don't have a 500mm lens or longer so I don't usually attempt to capture many wildlife images, although one day I hope to be able to do so. I am thankful I was able to crap this image though, talk about being in the right place at the right time.
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