Prescott

Sunflower? I didn’t realize it at the time I was shooting wild sunflowers along the trail that I caught this little guy making his way down the petal. If I had, I would have zoomed in some more. 🙂

Spider Crawling Out of a Sunflower

Camera: Nikon D90 with Nikon 18-105mm
Processing: Adobe Lightroom 3

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Young Grasshopper

by Kristi Hines

Actually, I don’t know if this guy (or gal) is young or old, but it was definitely so large and colorful that it almost looked like a little toy that was left behind on the hiking trail.

Young Grasshopper

Camera: Nikon D90 with Nikon 18-105mm
Processing: Adobe Lightroom 3

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Bracketing Gone Wrong

by Kristi Hines

Some days, me and my bracketing do not get along. I guess since my new Nikon D90 does it more automagically than my previous D3000, I’ve gotten a little lazy about checking my shots after taking them. Here’s an example of what can go wrong when you don’t (but I still loved the scene anyway).

Prescott Watson Lake

Camera: Nikon D90 with Nikon 18-105mm
Processing: Adobe Lightroom 3, Photomatix Pro 4

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Fallen Tree

by Kristi Hines

While my husband was chasing down the perfect sunset and shooting leaning shacks, I was capturing everything in between during the hike over. One of the things that caught my eye was this fallen tree. It had a bit of a 3D feel to it when I got to processing, so I didn’t want to mess with it too much.

On a side note, just got back from Utah! The hubby and I had a wonderful time. We shot lots of urbex, storms, and landscape – it will take a bit to get them processed, but we’re excited to be sharing those photos with you in the not too distant future!

Fallen Tree in Prescott, Arizona

Camera: Nikon D3000 with 18-55mm Nikkor Lens
Processing: Adobe Lightroom 3, Photomatix Pro 4

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