I've discovered my windows lately and have been using it to frame off things in my shots. This one is the tulips the girl and I picked up last weekend. They opened beautifully. I'm glad I was able to capture them before they are completely wilted.
Just made me think.
Perhaps I should retake the shot with the 5dmiii. Well, there's always tomorrow.
Finally made it back to Australia before the end of last year. Completely different trip from the one we took five years ago, when we were tourists during the day, and partied every.single.night. It was a trip without kids. Oh, how I missed those times.
This time around though, as if planned, we all have kids about the same age. So, everything we did were centered around the kids. It wasn't bad, just different. It was fun in a wholesome kind of way.
One of the highlights of the trip was making it to the red center. Here are some of my favorite pictures from Ayers Rock.
LOVED the camel ride!
The kid at Ayers Rock
The path to Uluru
The magnificent Ayers Rock.
While the sun is setting just behind me, a rainbow forms just above the monolith, during a thunderstorm. What you don't see is the full moon, just to the left of this frame. It was an awesome last day at the red center.