Welcome to another Snapshot Saturday. I have many photos to feature on these Saturdays and these are just the ones I think are the best. There are so many more photos beyond that which are still good. But I don’t think they’re as amazing as the ones I’m featuring first. Also, over the next year, I’m sure I’ll take many more photos and have even more to add to my best shots. It’s a fun relaxing hobby. Don’t forget to visit the Photography Page to see more of my photos.
This photos is a set of palm trees in Tucson, AZ on the campus of The University of Arizona. As you can see, I used the grayscale feature on my Canon Rebel T7i camera. I used the standard 18mm-55mm lens that came with the camera at purchase. It was a nice relaxing day just before quarantine started in 2020. It would be another couple days before all my scheduled work would be canceled until early May. Good times. This is one of my favorite shots because of the repetition of the palm trees. It’s as if they were planted to be viewed from this angle.
Welcome to the first Snapshot Saturday. I will share different photos I’ve taken over the years. I consider myself an amateur photographer. It’s more of a hobby right now, but I wouldn’t be against doing this for a living. It’ll be a long time before I choose to focus on that full-time. You can also see some of these photos and many others on my Photography Page. That page will change in the near future as I’m still getting watermarks on all my newer photos. Some of my older ones will remain as they are and I won’t be sharing them on these Saturday posts.
This photo is a street sign in a neighborhood where I used to live in Tucson, AZ. Not all the street signs in Tucson look this cool. I was fortunate to have clear skies when I took the photo making for an excellent solid color background. I used a Canon 75mm-300mm telephoto lens. I don’t currently have any photos for sale, but if you’re interested in this photo, please send me a message by going to the Contact Page.