The second walk I took only my cameras. I walked through the old orchard behind our house. This led to a field with a hedge row. I followed the hedge row to the woods beyond the field. There is an old stone fence all along the hedge row. In some parts it has fallen down, in others large trees have fallen on it. I took a lot of photos.
On the way back I noticed something on one of the tree branches. When I got closer I notices it was part of an ear of corn. It looks like some animal took and put it on a branch to chew, and look over the fields. It is a seat with a wonderful view. All that is needed is a candle.
- I tend to find many things to photograph when I take walks in nature. It's a good way to get a photo for the day. Many times it is difficult to choose which photo to use.
- I can more easily see what light works, and what light doesn't work when I'm getting ready to take a photograph. This helps in that I don't waste as much time with things that I have a pretty good idea that won't work. I guess this could be a blessing or a curse, in that I might miss some serendipitous photos.