Weekly Photo Challenge – Treat

Squirrel Treat

Squirrel Treat

Peter and I returned this past Saturday from a fantastic scuba trip to Grand Cayman and the outer Cayman islands. While in Grand Cayman, I did a private lesson with Addie Wee, an instructor at the Cathy Church Underwater Photography School. It was awesome! I was able to take my photography to a new level, so it’s no surprise that my treat is hanging out underwater and photographing the life there.

This shot is an extreme closeup of a squirrel fish. These guys are often very friendly and this one was particularly so. It was nipping at the fingers of the hand that I was using to steady myself to take its picture! I also thought this shot had a very Halloweeny feel. Happy Halloween, everyone!

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Happy Place

Happy Place

Happy Place

The challenge this week asks us to show our readers where we get our groove back. And while this lion fish always displays a grumpy face, my happy place is scuba diving and photographing these stunning fish along with many other sea creatures. This shot was taken during our dive trip to Curacao last December.

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Boundaries

San Geronimo Church and Courtyard

San Geronimo Church and Courtyard

Boundaries separate and define spaces, relationships, countries. Here’s a view of the San Geronimo Church in the Taos Pueblo in Taos, New Mexico. The courtyard acts as a boundary between the secular and the sacred.

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