Daniel Thoman Photography | weekly critter, July 27, 2018

weekly critter, July 27, 2018

July 28, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Yet another busy week.  I'm not sure where the time goes.  I did get to ride my new trike several times with the longest ride being 6 miles.  When I was to riding my bicycle I was used to vehicles just wanting to get by me as quick and as close as they could.  I was considered a nuisance.  Several people told me riding a trike was different but I didn't believe them because of my many thousands of miles on a bike.  Well, I was wrong.  Now I'm more of a curiosity.  Most people smile and wave and are very careful going around me.  Go figure.


I have two photos this week.  The first is a landscape taken at the John C Campbell Folk School which I converted to black&white.  Normally,  my B&W conversions are dark and moody.  This time I decided to get out of my comfort zone and try a 'high key' conversion.  What do you think?  I'm not sure I like it.  My second photo is of a five line skink doing what skinks do...eating bugs.  He's going to have a heck of meal with this roach.  If you look close there are parasites (I think) just behind his leg.  Maybe they're just bumps.




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