2013 Project 365

Project 365/325 – Sunset on the Severn River


Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.

Harriet Tubman


Today was a day filled with the mundane, as well as catching up on some lost sleep from my early start the day before. However, this afternoon I had scheduled a long exposure/filter workshop with Jennifer Casey of Naptown Photo Meetup Group.

It was one of those times when great new friends were made right off the bat. And a lot of learning was had in a very short period of time. It helped me to understand so much more about using neutral density filters which I hope will open up doors of new possibilities.

I also realized that once again it’s time to clean my sensor. Strange as I just cleaned it last week. Must have been from the windy conditions on the beach yesterday that let little bits into my camera.

Hard to believe that December is upon us, I know all will be busy with the holiday events. Wishing you a great first week of December, and may you be ready for Santa. Bella

24 replies »

  1. You’re absolutely right! I can’t believe it either that December is here already, feels like only yesterday I was trying to get everything set up 🙂

    Beautiful captures..

    • You know I had that exact same thought when I was taking these images. I wondered how the sun would come out. I figured it would be a small blur, but amazingly so it stayed pretty darn sharp. We used a small (high number) aperture to get as much focus as possible. That could very well be it.

      Didn’t know the snow started until just today. Glad I don’t have to shovel the thing.

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