America, Flowers, Photography Just Some Snapshots 12.99 May 12, 2015 Mustang.Koji 33 Comments Rate this:Share this:TelegramEmailTwitterFacebookWhatsAppPinterestPrintLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Some beautiful photographs and the cannon is really nice too.
Sir, thank you kindly!
Ah.. Beautiful shots before chaos ensues 😊😊🌹🌸
Those are all beautiful. The colored ones are amazingly vibrant and lovely. 🙂
Thank you, Paulette…and I was touched by your affection for Lady Luck…
such classy shots Koj – and the 5th one down – in that deep pink is my fav – but then ending with the cannons is classic Koj – and like that soothing tone/edit – kinda wraps up the post
Aw, thank you, Yvette. I saw a smidge of your artwork on gpcox’s website, too!
Your flowers are always gorgeous, Koji, but my favorite this time is the black and white. Great composition. –Curt
Thank you, Curt. It’s hard to imagine what Manassas looked like 150 years ago when you look at it today.
Not the peaceful look, that’s for sure…
Just….some…..WOW! I agree with Curt…..this time my favorite is the last one.
DITTO! reminds me of Gettysburg and Antietam.
Yes! It does doesn’t it?
Gotta catch up to your artistry, Chatter Master!
Just some snapshots? I am one of those that you will never see my hands shake – BUT – I can’t seem to hold a camera still long enough to snap a picture!! I think these are fantastic, and I have to agree with Colleen, the last one is my favorite. There’s something about b/w that just adds character to the subject. Great job, Koji!
Thank you, gpcox! Very nice of you. Yes, my hands don’t shake visibly as I sit, as soon as I try to hold my camera steady, it’s as if a mini-earthquake hit. In my youth and when I shot with film, I was able to hold my camera with a 200mm steady. Now, even with a wide angle lens, I can’t…😩
We’re more alike than we think, eh?
Wow just doesn’t cut it. These are beautiful, Koji! Never say “just”! I love them all but there is something so striking about cannons in the field. Makes me think of my ancestors in the Civil War. 🙂
…and you should know with your family history, Linda. It was a horrible war. It was the first big one fought with Union canon barrels having rifling. Tremendous destruction.
Gives me the shivers…
Stunning as always and the last one a very beautiful composition.
Thank you so much, Hilary!
Thank you, good sir!
If your photos are ‘just snapshots’…then the rest of us should just give up photography @__@
The last photo is familiar. 😉
I hope it is!