Monday, December 27, 2010

A Dwindling Frost

This morning I grabbed my camera and took some Macro shots of whats left of the little snow we had Christmas and the day after. I'm still experimenting with all of the new things my new camera can do, so bear with me through these first posts. I'm also experimenting with all of the things this new blog can do, so please be patient. I don't even know if anyone is reading this, but if you are, I thank you for visiting. =)
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  1. Rip,
    I think you are doing a terrific job with that new camera. I love your new blog and will share your address with my blog friends as well. Maybe you'd like to choose one of your favorites to share on my blog as a guest photographer next week when I'm in ............Paris!
    Mrs. J

  2. Hey Rip...I'm a friend of Mrs. J and I live in Cincinnati, OH. I can see that she was a fine influence on your sure to dedicate every red picture to her!
    Keep clicking!!!
    Mrs. G

  3. Hello Rip, You've captured those last precious vestiges of snow so beautifully. I'm a friend of Virginia and live in Menton in the south of France, so lots of luck to you and your blog from France. You are doing a great job!

  4. Welcome to photoblogging, Rip. Looks like you're off to a great start! Macro shots can be so much fun and you've done a great job with these. Looking forward to following your blog and seeing where your eye takes you, and us! Best, Janet

  5. Hi Rip!!!
    Wow!!! You've got some wonderful pictures here!!! Very nice macro and bokeh effect! Keep up the good work!!! I'm also a friend of Mrs. J, from Mammoth Lakes, California.
    Mrs. W

  6. Mrs. J has friends just about everywhere, doesnt she? =) I thank you all for your compliments- I hope I can maintain positive feedback from the readers I do have!

    Thanks Again-
    Rip =)

  7. Hi Rip! Your blog looks sharp. I particularly like
    that second shot. You've captured the melting snow and the brown shoots so well. Keep it up!


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