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Leading Lines (Day 20)

For day 20 of this challenge I decided to take a trip downtown and capture the basic architecture of some of the buildings. These are all of the pictures I got uploaded, I may be going back tomorrow! A lot of these pictures include leading lines, which I love. Enjoy!

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Attitude (Day 19)

I mainly love this picture because it gives an insight into who Paisley really is behind the camera. She has an attitude that is unmistakable, God knows I love her anyways.

Nikon D3200

35-55mm lense

f/5

1/125 sec.

ISO 140

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The One Less Traveled (Day 18)

While I was out taking a walk I noticed how this road never seems to end. It was a little dark because it was taken pretty early in the morning but I love the shadows of darkness. This also reminds me of a pretty famous quote,

“Two roads diverged in a wood and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.”

Robert Frost

Nikon D3200

35-55mm lense

f/8

1/250 sec.

ISO 100

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Watch It Begin Again (Day 16)

So this picture is for the beginning of my new healthy lifestyle tomorrow. I have been running more often now and my friend and I are starting our healthy lifestyles tomorrow! Therefore, I took a picture of some Cutie’s because this is what I’ll be eating for a while, sadly. She says she won’t let me buy the cheesecake at school anymore… This may cause some tears. Wish me luck!

Nikon D3200

35-55mm Lense

f/4.5

1/15 sec.

ISO 800

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A Day In the Life of Paisley (Day 15)

I apologize for all of my dog pictures, but Paisley is definitely my favorite model by far. So far, these past two weeks of the 365 day challenge opened my eyes to the natural “models” and surroundings that I surpass every day.

Nikon D3200

35-55mm lense

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Step By Step (Day 14)

This pictures not only continues my 365 day challenge, but it is also an insight to who I am. I do not run as much as I’d like to. I try to remain healthy as much as I can. Running has always been something I loved to do. Even though I can’t run as much as I used to, it’s something I’ve always came back to and relied on.

“Running has given me the courage to start, the determination to keep trying, and the childlike spirit to have fun along the way. Run often and run long, but never outrun your joy of running.

Julie Isphording

Nikon D3200

35-55mm lense

F/5

1/15 sec.

ISO 800

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Cayman Brac – In Search of Cuban Treefrogs & When In Doubt

Incredible!

Andrew McLachlan

Cuban Treefrog at Rest Nikon D800, Nikon 24-85 VR @ 85mm ISO 100, f22 @ 0.5 sec.Cuban Treefrog at Rest
Nikon D800, Nikon 24-85 VR @ 85mm
ISO 100, f22 @ 0.5 sec.

One thing I was looking most forward to upon returning to the Caribbean Island of Cayman Brac in March was photographing Cuban Treefrogs. Although the Cuban Treefrog is an invasive species throughout the Caribbean known to feast upon smaller frog species, they are still a beautiful treefrog. When I visited Cayman Brac in February 2014 the Cuban Treefrogs were very easy to locate however, in March 2015 this was not the case. It had been relatively dry prior to my return trip and I think some of the frogs moved on to wetter areas or were lying dormant somewhere. After three very unsuccessful nights of searching for these frogs I remembered one very important fact about treefrogs – they will most often hang-out around human structures and porch lights as the lights tend…

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