This blog depicts the beauty of photography from an amateures perspective. I believe it does not take a lot of schooling or license to become a good amateur photographer. A good but simple camera kept handy is an amateures best tool. An artistic eye can help but most of all it takes a person with a heart of wonder and a bent for adventure.
This is not a family album but a universal interest in the wonder of the lives we live and the world we live in.
Many people have visited Estes Park in Colorado and will enthusiastically declare it beautiful and wild. At the edge of the Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado, it draws tourists and regular visitors by the thousands each year. One of our regular amateur photographers recently spent some time there and enjoyed a relaxing weekend driving and hiking in the Rocky Mountains. Taking pictures is a wonderful past time and a great way to bring your memories of spectacular scenery home with you. Let's join in one person's personal tour of an outing in the great out of doors.
Photographer: Camera Shy
First High Peek.....
Distance is almost a tangible thing...
The Ragged and Wild Rocky Mountains
The Views Never End
A Wild and Slippery Slope
Nature's Cutest Mountain Rodent
Glacial Bowl on a Mountain Side
Eons Old Lichen on High Altitude Rocks
A Natural Frame
Hazardous but beautiful hike
Interesting Bridge Structure Wild Berry
Wild Grass Highlights
What a trip. Thank you Camera Shy for the hike and wonderful Rocky Mountain Adventure. Stay tuned for other photographer's summer experiences and another episode from South Dakota in the next few weeks. There is always room and an open invitation for you to either join our group of amateur photographers or for our current sharer's to send more in. Kid's are welcome and special effect pictures are always a good way to spice up our photography lives.
If you make any changes to your photos with special effects either on your camera or on your computer please let us know so that we can give you credit for that. Cropping (or a little lightening for dark areas) is allowed without comment.