Last night I was looking at Mrs. Ha’s photos from our Europe trip in September / October. She has some really good shots but does nothing with them. I backed them all up on my hard drive and yesterday seemed a good evening to browse. I picked maybe a dozen that I wanted to show and so the next few posts – depending on the bird activity – are likely to be Mrs. Ha’s Greatest Hits, starting with the magic of Burano. She uses the smallest, lightest camera she can find. This was taken with her DMC-LF1.
26 thoughts on “Guest photographer”
SO… This is awesome… Very well done.
It will go to her head, Ram 😉
It’s really a great shot! Keep up the good work, Mrs. Ha!
She needs motivation but once she is in the zone there is no stopping her.
It looks edible to me.
Bellissimo scatto, i colori sono splendidi.
Love those delicious colors. How are you feeling?
Feeling better without doubt, Melissa, thanks. The cocktail of post-op drugs is a bit grim but only lasts 2 or 3 weeks all being well.
Oh, good news Andrew. I am relieved to hear it and thank heavens those awful pills will taper off.
Shirley certainly (much better than saying Surely Shirley) has a great eye and should do more photography when she is of the mind. Lovely and colorful shot.
I so long for across the pond. These photos take me back to Paris maybe in 2017, I’ll get to go back. These are so beautiful, Color, texture, and composition. Great work
Thank you for the kind words. The old world still has much to offer.
Beautiful, Mrs Ha. Brings back happy memories of our own trip to Venice.
That’s good Jenny. Go again.
The color is absolutely stunning. The glass finish of the water nicely reflects all the beautiful colors. I think we have a challenger Mr. Ha!
Fiddlesticks and nonsense, MWPG.
Great photo. Mrs Ha is a good photographer. Tell us Andrew, with your prowling around with cameras wanting uninterrupted views, have you ever fallen down from a ha ha?
I have indeed fallen in a Ha Ha Gerard. And I got wet.
Simply beautiful, so much to look at and yet the eye is drawn straight down the middle. it’s a real treat, just like the popping colours along the sides to really look at what there is to see there too. Fabulous photo.
Not too much please. This may go to her head 😉
Thank you, Victor.
See Andrew, it’s not about the camera 🙂 but the eye of the photographer. Mrs. Ha has a superb eye for composition and what has eye appeal. This is excellent.
True Yvonne. She can teach me a great deal.