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My fine art nature photography from June 2015. They are for sale in my Etsy shop at the link below. The images for this month are from some walks I took a months ago. Due to a bummed knee, I haven’t been able to hike or take any stairs per Dr’s. orders. I’ve been in physical therapy a few weeks now and I am enjoying seeing the progress. Yay!
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I sat and napped under this tree while my husband swam around in Paradise Cove. As soon as my knee heals I need to go for a swim there too. However, I am in no way complaining for having a relaxing day.
This was the view when family and I took a break from a walk in Kapiolani Park near the Honolulu Zoo. It was a beautiful day. The clouds covering the mountains and the sky clearing as we looked in the direction of the beach.
A fun trail – the Aiea Loop. It was muddy and pretty narrow in some spots. Trying not to use my tripod as a walking stick in one hand. In the other hand trying to keep my camera fairly clean. My husband and I had lots of laughs.
Another shot of the Aiea Loop nature trail. I can’t wait to go back and finish this loop. It’s difficult to finish any trail when we keep stopping to take pictures. Ha ha!
This is a view of Waikiki / Honolulu Hawaii from the summit of Diamond Head. I love this trail! The views at the top are so fantastic! The trail really isn’t very difficult. I went up this winter with a strained Achilles heel and took this photograph.
This photo was taken at one of my favorite picnic spots near home. I love watching the people on the water. My husband, John, and I watch them, then we eat. After that we walk along the beach toward the sunset. After sunset we head home to watch the city lights flicker from the living room window while I sift through my newly collected sea glass as John Dear relaxes.
This was intended to be a long blurred exposure of some eucalyptus trees. It didn’t work as I had intended so I used several techniques in processing to get it to look how I wanted. Now the correct term for this image would be photo art. I will keep practicing with long-exposure, blurred images. Until then I thought although this is different from what I wanted; it turned out really nice. It can be hung vertically or horizontally.
This is the same image as the green one above, with an extra process that I used to turn everything blue. I think it looks like such a peaceful blue photo of water. So I guess this would be called photo art instead of photography. I’m fine with that.