Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Little Girl and Her Catch

   I just had to post another photo of this little girl.   She is always so much fun to photograph!

OJ Photography Girl Bug Lady Dress Frame Vertical BLOG

Wordless Wednesday – LegoMan

Little Boy and his Lego Toy

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Taking a Break - Playing Ball

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Old Farm Windmill - Before/After

This is a photo of my Uncle John's windmill on his farm.  I remember climbing to the top of this windmill when.I was just a kid!  I recently visited them and was able to take a few pictures around the farm.




Adjusted Saturation to around 50%
Adjusted Hue's to add warmth
ShadowHouse's Ruffed Up 10" - Multiply - 50%
Pareerica's Scratched Caramel Overlay Mode - 90%
Terry's Texture 3 - Multiply - 62% Opacity
Terry's Texture 3 - Darken Mode - 100% Opacity twice
and GhostBones' texture "Lost" - Overlay Mode - 57% Opacity

Uncle-Johns-Windmill---Before After

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Wordless Wednesday - Johnathan and His Donut

      If you've been following my photoblog for any length of time, you'll know that I've never posted anything for "Wordless Wednesday." The reason I never have is that those who do, never actually leave the post wordless and so the whole thing seems pointless. Anyway, I've decided to give "Wordless Wednesday" a shot - and it looks like I too have already blown it! Oh Well!

Johnathan and Donut (7) ACR BLOG

Johnathan and Donut Montage 3 BLOG

Johnathan and Donut (19) ACR BLOG


Quote of the Day:

       The reason lightning doesn't strike twice in the same place is that the same place isn't there the second time.
  - Willie Tyler

Fix-it-Friday #59 - Out-of-Bounds

      This past week's photo for "Fix-it-Friday" was a great photo but I decided to go with a little bit of a different twist on it. I think it turned out all right, and I had a lot of fun with it.

My "Out-of-Bounds" edit:

Fix-it-Friday Out of Bounds BLOG

And here is the original:

Fix-it-Friday OOB Orig

      Besides the obvious rotation, crop and Out-of-Bounds effect; I also ran CoffeeShop's "Perfect Portrait" action and Pioneer Woman's "Lovely" action in PSE7.

Go to the "i heart faces" to see more edits on this photo!

Friday, June 18, 2010

Antique Cars - Can You Identify Them?

I've been collecting a few photos I've taken of old/antique cars.  Unfortunately I can't name the make, year, and model of all these cars - can you?

(1. Saw this car in Southern California.

Cool old Car in California

(2. This one was in a 4th of July Parade in Lattimore, NC.

Parade Car - Perf Port by Morgans direction then ACR BLOG

(3. Antique car in Papillion, NE.

Antique Car PP Amanda Style BLOG

(4. Great old truck in Custer, SD

Old South Dakota Truck Perf Port Morgan Crop BLOG

(5. This great little Car in Lincoln, NE. Roll over the photo for a hint.

Click Me

(6. Neat old car at the NC welcome center on I-40

Ford Car HDR

Would love to see your comments about the identity of any of these cars!

Sunday, June 13, 2010

I Heart Babies!

This week at "i faces" the theme is "Babies." I've always liked this early photo of our son and so I thought I'd post it this week.

Baby J

Be sure to check out all the other great photos of Babies at the "i heart faces" website!

Monday, June 7, 2010

Devil's Tower - Wyoming

      After visiting Mt. Rushmore, we headed on through Wyoming.  Just West of Sundance, WY we were able to visit Devil's Tower, a massive volcanic rock rising 1,267 feet above the Belle Fourche river.   Devil's Tower was proclaimed the first National Monument by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1906.  It really is quite impressive!

Devils Tower WY (129) ACR 2 BLOG

Devils Tower WY (11) ACR BLOG

It was also interesting to pass a large Prairie-Dog settlement on the way up to the tower.

Devils Tower WY (59) ACR

And, one last look back!

Devils Rock WY (141) ACR BLOG

From here, we dropped down and thoroughly enjoyed our drive through Colorado!

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Driving Further West - Mt Rushmore - PhotoStory

   After our visit to Carhenge in Alliance, NE, we headed on up to South Dakota and the amazing Black Hills.  We were able to visit Mt. Rushmore and were amazed by both the size of this landmark and the effort it took to etch these faces into the granite mountain.

   As you first enter the park, there is this long walkway between the flags of all the States of the Union.

Mt Rushmore (5) ACR BLOG

Then you come out to a full view of the majestic Monument.

Mt Rushmore (97) ACR Textr overlay BLOG

   I also applied some textures to the above photo and really loved the effect. See it here.

Mt Rushmore (44) ACR BLOG

As you leave, make sure you take one more look as you drive around the mountain and you'll get to see the profile of Washington's face!

Mt Rushmore 2 (17) ACR Crop BLOG

   From here we headed on to Wyoming and Devil's Tower!

PhotoStory Friday
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