When days turn into months was the original title, but I love the word ‘difference’ more. For this post, difference is what I wanted to highlight.

A few months ago I shot my first waterfall and it was great for a first timer! Once I really focused on my shutter speed and iso, I was able to capture some decent shots. You can check a few of them out over at Unsplash if you haven’t already.

Right now I’m participating in a 10 day challenge and have gotten back in the habit of carrying my camera with me more often. After my 9 to 5, I wanted to revisit that waterfall site, so I made sure to stop by before calling it a day. Surprise after surprise is what I got once I arrived. The waterfall area was bone dry, full of crackling weeds and brightly colored burnt blood orange looking bushes.

With not a single cloud in the sky, I went to work. This is a sample of what I was able to capture (after some light editing).

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You really get to see what the water has done to the man made stone over time, as well as the change in the weather. Though I do plan on going back when I can shoot earlier in the morning so that I can get some shots of the interior better.

Any constructive feedback on these, or any of my other shared photos is always welcomed. The next blog will be all about mobile photography!

Until then, thank you for stopping by and I hope you’ll visit again to see what else develops.

 

Soprano Musings Photography

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Seeing one 'acceptable' troupe for fat black women like me was more than enough to entice me to step up and take a shot! ______________________________________________________________________________________________ After spending hours on stock pile sites and not finding the images of women that she wanted to see on her blog or book covers led K. McCoy to make more of her photography hobby. Besides shooting portraits, street and travel photography, K. McCoy would love to tap more into her creative skills and collaborate with cosplay artists as well as authors looking for their dream book covers. To connect with Soprano Musings Photography further, visit their Facebook page or slide into their Instagram DMs at 'sopranomusingsshots' today!

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