Hi everyone I'm Ray. I started this blog to showcase some of my favorite pictures as well as give tips and techniques on taking photographs. I have learned a lot about photo taking over the years and would love to share some of this information with you.
I used to work for a photo company based in Canada but have since moved on to my own development company. I love everything to do with photos. I guess you could call me a photo enthusiast. My wife would probably call me obsessed. She does love many of the natural photos I take so I think she does get a bit of a bonus from my hobby don't you think?
Anyhow I wanted to share some photos I found while I surfed the web. These are some of my favorites for this week. I will try to stay current with updates on different photos I find throughout the web. I may sign up for an Instagram account so you can see all my updates as soon as they are posted. I will certainly let you know when / if I set an account up VIA this blog.
First I did want to give a shout out to my friends blog on furniture. He also does some interesting blog posts on picture frames such as his post on round picture frames that you can find right here. I met James in Santa Fe a couple of years ago. There is some great art work in Santa Fe if you were wondering. Also there are plenty of beautiful photography works to be found there. Anyways I was able to spend some time with James there and he really has some great incites on photography ( when he isn't writing about furniture ). You should take the time to check out his blog on the link I added above.
Our first photo share has to do with natural and it is a beautiful shot of a rose. I love roses as they help bring in the summer for me and of course they have a lot to do with love. I am not sure who took this shot put it really is a beauty. Let me know if the pictures show up correctly.
This second photo has to do with the sky, and you will notice it is another natural related photo. You may already know I am a bit of a sucker for nature. This photo is very unique as the cloud looks like a mushroom.
I hope you liked the photos, and thanks go out to those who took the time to take them. I will be posting many more in the coming months so please bookmark the blog or check back for updates.