I’m hoping all the bugs are worked out with that feed – please let me know if you see something funky so it can be addressed.
I’m currently planning photography-related posts twice a week (I’m aiming for every Tuesday? and Thursday?) on the photography page. There will most likely be one additional post on that page each week informing readers of any major product announcements/product reviews/sales, etc. Sometimes the third post will just be one of my photos uploaded with details on the settings I used to take it. I’ll see how 2-3 posts per week works out as I settle into a routine. (Yesterday’s photography post provided beginner tips for improving your sunset photos.)
Even better news …? I’m working behind the scenes with several different companies to bring you some great information/products/sales/deals/giveaways via my photography page. There’s good stuff on the horizon now that the web design pieces are falling into place. Stay tuned!
I’m just a few weeks away from a photography trip to Kauai also!
Photographing Kauai is something I’ve wanted to do for years. I’ve been to Hawaii several times both for work and pleasure. I’ve even (more specifically) been to Kauai, but I’ve never gone to Kauai with time available for photography. The car accident, of course, put all hopes of a Kauai photography trip on indefinite hold. When Briefcase asked me, several months ago, what “big” thing I wanted for our 25th wedding anniversary, I was pretty quick to answer. This trip has been in my heart for many years. It has also now morphed into a giant family and friends vacation too. Hopefully I’ll be able to capture some beautiful glimpses of the island to share with all of you.
In the meantime, there’s a lot of THIS still going on at my house:
I have two feeders and they’re both just as “busy” all day. I’m going through twelve cups of hummingbird food every single day. (I’m refilling both feeders morning and night because they’re completely empty.) I’ve never seen anything like it. When the feeders are empty the hummingbirds hover around my kitchen window looking IN at me. It’s their way of asking me to feed them. There’s hummingbird chaos going on at my house!
I have no idea WHY there are so many hummingbirds this year.
Maybe it’s due to the “monsoon” weather we’ve had?
I took this photo from my backyard patio about a week ago:
Thunder clouds are NOT normal here.
I love how dramatic they are.
I don’t like the humidity they bring.
Of course, it’s always cooler if I take a short jaunt out of my (hot!) canyon to the beach.
I took the above photo while sitting under a thatch umbrella at the main San Clemente beach.
It was very crowded. I vowed not to return to that particular beach until summer is over and the tourists are gone.
Lastly, for today …
I have more tomatoes than I know what to do with right now.
The cherry tomato plant I’m growing has been especially prolific.
I thought this particular tomato I picked looked like “conjoined twins.”
I shared my “twin” tomato photo on Google + yesterday.
Viewers there disagreed with me.
Most of them said it looked like a butt.
One person thought it looked like testicles.
What do you think it looks like?