I wrote my first tips and tricks post about capturing sunbursts. I would love if you checked it out! You can read it here.
Laurie at Pride in Photos
The light and texture in this photo is beautiful! The detail just pulls you in. Thank you for sharing Laurie!
Kathy at You'll Shoot Your Eye Out
What a lovely shot and a beautiful place! The black and white is soft and the light is lovely. Thank you for linking up Kathy!
Arlene at Crafty Momma
The color and light in this photo is stunning and the fact that it was taken with an iPhone is impressive. Putting this spot on my list of places to visit. Thank you for sharing Arlene!
Brighton at Dear Brighton
This photo has such a lovely dreamy feel. The depth of field is beautiful and the perspective is wonderful. Thank you for linking up Brighton!
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This weekend I went to the Puyallup Fair, a local tradition. I have been going since I was little and I always enjoy it. I have a few things I have to do when I visit. First, I have to buy a bunch of scones to freeze and enjoy. Yes, they are that good :o)! Second, I have to walk around and photograph the rides. And last I have to see the photography exhibition. This is usually my favorite part of the fair and this year was no different. I love getting inspiration and trying to see techniques and the way a photo was taken. While I was walking around this year I heard someone commenting that viewing the photography is only fun when you know someone who has a picture there. I completely disagree, but that could be my love of photography talking :o)! Next year I hope to enter one of my photos.
I also have to share that in the same building as the photos is a craft section. Set up there was a table with scarves, yarn and knitting needles that invited you to knit a bit and said that the scarves would be donated after the fair. My mom who I went with sat for a while to add a few rows while I was looking at the photographs. How cool is that? I love the fair!
Settings: ISO 100, 50mm, ss1/400, f/11
"It takes an endless amount of history to make even a little tradition." - Henry James
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