A collection of distilled sarcastic wisdom, numerous photographs, discussions of books and stuff to learn and more stuff to think about from a retired economics professor turned blogger and photographer.
We start on a calm Saturday morning with this photo. Except when I opened the door to the deck, I noticed about a dozen wasps flying around between the screen and the inside door. I hastened to get my trusty wasp spray can and exterminated the lot of them, about two dozen and then, to my horror, discovered that the wasp nest was on the upper door frame between the door to the deck and the screen. We could have been inundated with wasps whenever we left the deck door open! So after I finished my exterminator role, I went to work to see what would happen to this photo of a peaceful Saturday morning in Topaz color filters and following are the photos I came up with.
We probably skip over ordinary bush leaves about as much as we ignore anything. After all, why should we care about plain old ordinary bush leaves? Once you start photographing them then you begin to appreciate the myriad hues of colors and tints on plain old ordinary bush leaves. Here are a few to think about.