If you hear about a Tennessee photographer that was hit by a car when she jumped out in the middle of the road to capture a cardinal sitting on a barbed wire fence, fell off the back of a motorcycle trying to shoot a bucolic barn scene or shot by a neighbor because she was lurking around in their front yard with a telephoto lens pointed at their house, that will probably be me.
It seems that photography has either brought out the daredevil in me or has robbed me of common sense. I did all these things yesterday except for the tragic ending part. Hopefully my luck will hold out because I have a feeling that this is only the beginning of my adventures in photography.
I mentioned the other day that my efforts to shoot some huge mushrooms that were growing my neighbor's yard was thwarted by the rain. These beauties were still there yesterday morning along with some sweet dew drops sprinkled on the grass. I hoped to avoid trespassing on private property, but even with my telephoto I had to get up in their yard to capture them well. Luckily these people own a moving van and I was able to crouch behind it unseen while I took my shots.
Today I'm linking up with Lisa Gordon's The Creative Exchange with my magic mushrooms.