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Mikaila31 12-20-2010 10:51 PM

My photography Portfolio
 
Taken me forever to put this together. Most of it was in the last few days, poured through around 10GB of pictures! Most were taken over the last few years. There are a few recent ones missing. I have this fascination with water if you don't notice it:lol:. Most are shot with a Panasonic FZ-28. Location for most is Minnesota and Wisconsin, few obvious ones from Mexico. Let me know which ones you like the most!

Portfolio is here

Slideshow is here

aunt kymmie 12-20-2010 11:24 PM

What a great collection of pics. You are a wonderful photographer. It's hard for me to say my favorites as they are all so good but I REALLY like all the animal shots, especially your cat. You've captured his (her) presonality. He looks like an awesome kitty.
:welldone:

badxgillen 12-21-2010 12:20 AM

wow
 
impresive...is this your profesion or hobby...i must say that i love the arthropod pics the most..thanks for the share

Romad 12-21-2010 04:28 AM

Beautiful pics. Do you do this professionally or is it just a hobby?

I can't pick favorites either but if I HAD to, I think the flower and insect closeups are fantastic.

:thumbsup:

Mikaila31 12-21-2010 11:06 AM

Thanks guys! Its just a hobby for me. Most of these pictures have never even been printed out before on a hard medium. Camera is no fancy SLR or anything like that. It has always been used standard as it came out of the box. There are a few filters I would like to get for it at some point. It did cost $40 for a high speed 16GB SD card for the cameras memory. About the same for a pelican dry case so I could take it out on my kayak.

@ aunt kymmie they are both great kitties. The orange tabby, Oliver, is male and the other is(Cally) female. Is been a little rough with them lately. We had to take Oliver in to the vet this Thursday and by Friday they confirmed our fears that he was diabetic. Been working on this new system. Special cat food and insulin shots twice daily:-(. Its probably been rougher on us then him. Though being indoor/outdoor kitties neither of them are at all pleased about the 2 feet of snow outside.


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