Sunday, February 19, 2012

Sunday Challenge " Texture"

I tried to find things that would be interesting and I came up with things that probably only interest me but oh well at least I made it.

I was playing with both cameras for these shots and honestlyI don't think there's that much difference between the two what do you think?          New Camera - Canon Rebel T3

Old Camera           Canon Power Shot A630

And one more for good measure ....just because it goes with my frame of mind at the moment.

Well I could go on and on....kind of already did!! That's it for me. I will be checking you all out.
                                                               Have A Great Week


MTWaggin said...

Nice....especially that last one haha...

thecrazysheeplady said...

Great textures, even that last one ;-).

Shirley said...

The old camera has a different depth of field, but similar exposure. The horse nose brought a big smile, and love the wrapped wire. Well, they are all good! Laughed at the last one, I was thinking of doing that too!

Crystal said...

haha too funny on the last one. I thought of doing horse fur too, since my Jessie has started shedding her guard hairs!!! I dont know if there is much difference in old a new camera, but I love the pine needles and pinecone shots.

Ed said...

LOL! Love the poo shot best..:-)))

Ann said...

The pine cones, always wonder if that's where u get the pine nuts?

In China, in the villages, people fight for your last photo. It is so funny, I had a student aged 11 who just arrived in New Zealand, we were talking about earthquakes and no toilets. He said, can use it for the vegetables. Luckily his English was no good.

Montanagirl said...

I see you've been visiting my blog, so though I'd pop over and have a look. I like your photography! I'll be back.

henrygl said...

cool shots, is that deer horns on that roof top?

Valerie said...

Fabulous photographs, especially the close-ups of the horse. Love your Wordless Wednesday pictures.

Janice said...

Henry those are Deer, Moose and Elk.

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