Wow! Where did the year go? It seems like yesterday I was getting ready for 2017. Now, it’s time to say Goodbye to 2017 and look back to some photo shots I took in 2017.
Oh yes, I did not take as many photo shots as I wanted to a lot happen,which still bother me and my writing, But I will not let anything slow me down. Any way, I am on a late start with my photo count down of 2017
Remembering January 2017
Now, with this photo I tried something different by added a frame, which came out okay. But that’s only my opinion.
I think I will always be amazed by how my photo shots turns out.
As January left February came with no photos. Oh yes, I had problems with my camera and the charge again. I was not a happy camper. But I did find three of my favorite photos from 2016. 😊
Instead of the sunset I took a photo shot of this little one.
An old wise one was seen..
Last but mot least a photo shot I used for a work in progress story setting.
My setting idea for my Prologue, came from this photo shot.
The next afternoon I venture towards the nest again for more photo shots. Image my surprise when I saw the Killdeer running towards me. It was not until I realized the other grown Killdeer was also chirping away. I had to look around for before I spotted this little one.
Oh yes, it’s time for me to count down my favorite photos of 2016. This year I had some up and downs. Learned an important lesson. Have patience and never give up on my dreams. A few less Facebook friends and new ones also.
Anyway, I’ll start with a visit from last December 2015
Okay, when I took this photo shot, an idea formed. I wondered, What if I add a few words. My first try on a short comic about these four geese that looked lost.
If geese could talk, this is what they would say. I might have to redo the fonts for the second sentence, which should read. “Of course, keep going south.”
Okay, I think this photo shot came out okay, as for this short comic I might keep this short comic or put it aside for a while. But never know with me. Sometime a little laughter is needed, for a rough day.