2.1.18: Photos

I’m between edits again, so I’m working on the WIP. It’s now at 50K, and I begin to see how this will end. 🙂

I tend to write with only a general idea of the story and characters. If I know what’s coming, I get bored and stop. I like to be surprised, just like the reader. 

The first two pics were taken an hour ago in my backyard. I used the Canon’s superzoom for these, as they were quite a distance away. It’s difficult shooting black birds; you have to depend on the light to show detail. 

This is a photo manip. I moved the great blue to a different background and messed with it some. 

Harn’s Marsh. I wanted dramatic backlighting, and those sun sparkles on the water. The heron is a tricolor. 

Still at Harn’s Marsh but photo shot from a different place and angle. It was a gorgeous day, as you can see. 

Spanish Moss, hanging in a really large, beautiful tree in a yard not far from me. When it’s thin like this, you can really see what it looks like. 

Lastly, photo of a “hidden” stream along a backroad. I loved the reflections in the water. It was a mostly cloudy day, and I waited until the sun finally peeked out to take the picture.

See you next time!

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Fenraven lives in central Florida, which reminds him of Wisconsin and Minnesota. Find him on Twitter and Facebook by searching on 'fenraven'.
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2 Responses to 2.1.18: Photos

  1. Helena Stone says:

    As always, I love the pictures, especially the two black birds. But, if I’m honest, I have to confess that I’m far more excited about the fact that you’re 50k into a new story. I know your audience isn’t anywhere near as large as you deserve it to be, but, for this reader, it’s a huge pleasure to know that in the not too distant future I’ll get to read a brand new Fenraven story again. 🙂 May the muse be with you.

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