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January 16th, 2013 - 02:09 PM

Images by Greg Jackson Blog

January 13, 2013
Blog #01

First entry of my blog, on a rainy, cold, dreary day in Western Kentucky. Not an ideal day to get out with the camera, so here I am at the computer again. Just checked the visitor log here at the site, and things are slow. My main emphasis of images include landscape, waterscape, urban, and rural scenes. Continually adding select images from my files, and hoping to get out with the camera once the weather is more hospitable, but snow is forecast for tonight and tomorrow possibly. I'm ready for Spring!

Since retiring this past June, I had hopes of devoting much more time to photography, but when the weather is nice I sometimes get side-tracked and take the boat out fishing, and even if I don't catch anything, it still provides the opportunity to get some nice shoreline/waterscape scenes, which you can view in my galleries. Taking images from the water, instead of from the shore, always adds a different perspective, permitting one to get as far away, or as close to the scene as desired. The image of the tree emerging out of the fog, aptly titled "Breaking Through", was taken at the lake on a very foggy morning, and launching the boat was not in the cards that day, so got the camera into play and made a morning of camera work out of it. Be sure and checkout my site!

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