Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Thursday Thirteen - Favorites, Sans Kids

Capturing photos that do not involve my children are few and far in between. They are the best subjects anyone could ask for.

However, I've been trying to expand my horizons and capture more of my surroundings and nature's beauty. This week, I'm going to share with you Thirteen of my favorites from the last year, in no particular order.

*Some of these photos are watermarked with a logo/name I thought I was going to use. It's no longer, but I didn't want to track down the originals for this post.

Cactus Plant
Nature Walk.
Caterpillar On Red
Oak Creek Canyon
Texas Trees
Huge Dandelion
Kansas City Zoo-9
Blue Sky.
Sun Horizon
Summer's Ending


Chris said...

Alisha, your pictures are so gorgeous! You have really developed a fantastic eye!

Anonymous said...

i really like the fourth picture
i really do!!

Unknown said...

Oh my these are so incredible. I have the same problem, 95% of my photos are of my daughter. I really need to work on my nature photos. I especially love that big fat caterpillar!

{Kimber} said...

WOW!!! truly breathtaking!!
you are an awesome photographer girl!!!!!

NannyJ said...

Spectacular! Alisha, I'm so proud of you...

Alice Audrey said...

You've got some great shots.

storyteller at Sacred Ruminations said...

What magnificent photographs! It's impossible to pick a favorite. I love your photos of the girls and appreciate you taking time to share your other interests as well ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Devilish Southern Belle said...

OMG, love your photos and envy your talent! And I just want to cry at the majestic old Chevelle just sitting there. I hope the owner has restoration plans in mind.

Just visiting via T13!

Lindsay said...

Ohhhhh - those make me want "my" new camera SO bad! Great shots!

Mamí♥Picture said...

☼¨`*•.SH♥TS .•*¨`☼

Momma@Live. Laugh. Pull your hair out said...

One word. WOW!!!!!

Tabitha Blue said...

LOVE these!! A few of them really blew me away! Great captures. And it's true, it's hard to take the camera off of our favorite subjects, but this was definitely worth it!!


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Alicia W. said...

I totally say.. you be my teacher and I be the student! I could learn so much from you! WOW! The clarity is amazing in your pictures. Your making me want to save up for a new lens already. :)