I’m either shooting better or not being discriminatory enough. I’ll go with shooting better! It’s my personality to not toot my own horn. But, here I am with a lot of Apple Hill images to show you. Thus, we continue from my last post.
Every year people make a pilgrimage to Apple Hill in El Dorado County (just above Placerville) for their holiday pies–apple of course. Since I don’t like pie, that’s not the reason I go. I like to photograph the people, the landscape, the old equipment and sometimes flowers.
So, let’s look at the images that remain from that day’s outing. Was I correct in thinking I’m shooting better? I can handle constructive criticism.
This old water wheel is at the Larson orchard.
A wilted flower with some beauty left.
One set in the Larson museum.
Okay, not in a super pretty setting. I’m still wondering what sort of lighting creation this is. I’m showing you this because it was shot with my 18 – 140 mm lens and I was not close!
An old Ford truck at Larsons.
This is a reflection in the window of an old truck. I was directed to this by Karen and David.
The grill and headlight.
Peering through the window at the cracked back window.
A tree on our way to see a covered bridge.
Inside the truck.
A closer look at the tree’s bark. I’ve never seen anything like it.
A small waterfall.
The covered bridge.
A closer look at the covered bridge.
Another water wheel.
The back side of the water wheel building.
An old log cabin. I just liked the way the logs fit together.