What's your first photo outing of 2022?

2 weeks 6 days ago #729815 by Carter Gledhill
Morning and Happy New Year!   Post up your first photo of 2022 or share when you are heading out for the first time in 2022!

Let's hope for a better year!


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2 weeks 2 days ago #730054 by Gammill
This upcoming weekend!!  Crossing fingers for some gritty weather! 


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1 week 5 days ago #730258 by Mayo
Photographed my brothers kids last weekend, 3 boys and 1 girl 

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1 week 3 days ago #730409 by Ian Stone
A few friends and I have been shooting subway 'grit' so far in 2022.  


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1 week 4 hours ago #730542 by Stanly
Photographing my daughters new little boy

Nikon Z6 | Nikon FM10 | Nikon D80 | Nikon 50mm f/1.8D | Nikon 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6 AF-S VR | 35-105mm f/3.5 Macro | 80-200mm f/4.5 | SB600 | Pocket Wizard II
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4 days 19 hours ago #730645 by JaneK
Nothing worth making much fuss over, just a photo of the bay and fog here.  


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3 days 19 hours ago #730725 by Jessy Page
If you consider hikes, then last weekend I went for a hike locally here and brought my camera.  I was hoping for for some wildlife or birds, the only bird I saw was a stinking crow.  


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3 days 5 hours ago #730755 by Ottis
Photographed an engagement 


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3 days 5 hours ago #730756 by Nikon Shooter
The town was asleep… I thought of going to the marsh.
Apparently, birds did not feel the change in the date! :P

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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1 day 20 hours ago #730835 by Miss Polly
It was Jan 4th, I had a small portrait session for a couple that recently got engaged.   


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1 day 16 hours ago #730839 by CharleyL

Jessy Page wrote: If you consider hikes, then last weekend I went for a hike locally here and brought my camera.  I was hoping for for some wildlife or birds, the only bird I saw was a stinking crow.  


Actually crows, although not pretty colored, can be quite amazing to watch and photograph. They are quite intelligent, which is likely the source of the mischief that they can get into.

When young, I had a crow for a pet. I raised him from when he had no tail feathers and couldn't fly yet. He would follow me everywhere or sit on me like a parrot, when I let him. A photo session of a crow should be more for recording their humorous life style rather than their beauty. In cities, they drop nuts on the pavement and wait for the light to change, then go down and eat the cracked nuts and seeds. They recognize people, those who provide a hand out and those who don't, etc. The photographic fun is recording some of these moments in their life styles. Sadly, in the 70 years since I had my pet crow, several moves and losses have reduced my photos of him to only one, with him standing on top of my mom's head. He used to ride on my bicycle handle bars, looking like a hood ornament, and loved to torment my mom by picking her flowers or the clothes pins off the clothes line to get her to chase him with her broom. He was always just a little bit faster than that broom, yet slow enough to keep the chase going. He also liked to buzz my sister's cat, to the point that the cat had almost no belly fur because he would slink low from bush to bush in the yard while trying to keep the crow from noticing him. 

Charley


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1 day 6 hours ago #730856 by Pete Franko
Finished it last week.  Corporate gig.  


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