Graduation {Part Two}

It Happened!!

I had graduation on Saturday!

It was an amazing experience. I would like to share with you all what happened on friday, April, 20th. My school, Brooks Institute of Photography held a reception for all of the April 2012 graduates to showcase our photos in the April 2012 Graduate Gallery. We were able to place four photos in the gallery incase not a lot of people decided to hang some up. Since so many students decided to showcase their work, they were only able to hang two out of the four photos. I have placed all four of the images below for everyone to see. I decided to hang my nature photos because that is the reason for me to go to school to further my education. These are my photos.

Stay tuned for Graduation Day!

 

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Big Basin Redwood State Park

In the past week I went to Big Basin Redwood State Park to go camping for a few days. We ran into some troubles and it rained everyday. It was fun, cold, wet, cold, wet and have I mention cold and wet. We had rain fall into our tent so we had to go buy new tarps to cover our tent so we could stay nice and dry. I even slept in the back of the car the last night. Besides freezing it was great getting to spend time with fellow photographers and sitting around a fire cooking hot dogs and smores. I feel I have made a lot more friends since then. Thanks everyone for making it a good trip! Here are some shots I took there, they are mostly of the redwoods since I was surrounded by them.

Little Critters

As most of you know my passion for photography began with nature, landscapes, and wildlife. I am in love with going outside and finding my subject of the day. I have been lucky to have the amazing opportunity of going to my second critter demo. Since I have freshened my blog and deleted all of my old posts I am first going to post my new photos of the critter demo and then post a few from my last critter demo which was almost a year ago. This is such an amazing experience and a little frightening at first but all you have to do is get over your fears and have fun.

Pictured Below: Chameleon, Red Eyed Tree Frog, Praying Mantis, and Leopard Gecko

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Pictured Below: Chilian Tarantula, Leopard Gecko, Armadillo, and Crested Gecko

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Pictured Below (One Year Ago): Frog, Albino Boa Constrictor, Frog ,and a Crested Gecko

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