Exploring the World – One Image at a Time

Archive for December, 2020

Winter Painter

In winter in my area, you never know what awaits you when you awake. Sky could be blue weather and cold. Visibility could be zero due to blowing snow when you look out. One morning, was clear and when I looked at the vehicles, I saw to my delight that Jack Frost the painter had visited. Each window had different etchings. Some reminded my of fine crystal. I’m sharing a few of the designs that I was able to photograph. Enjoy.

New Instagram account

I’ve started a new Instagram account. The user name is ThruWilmsLens. It will be a variety of shots taken whenever. I hope you follow and like what I post. It’s going to be fun. You can also find it by typing in my name — Wilma Olmsted.

Here are two shots I’ve started the account off with.


September Road Trip

On the way to the destination, we stopped at a small town. On the main road into the town, they had wonderful decorated cutouts mounted on the trees. It was a very happy welcoming. A lot of old rural towns have rusted vehicles parked in abandoned lots. This town was no exception. The only wildlife- life at, that we saw were the butterfly and the ducks. Come with me as we travel down the main street. The shot of the trees is intentionally blurred. It’s called DCM -Deliberate Camera Movement. I love it and it takes a bit of practice. You will be seeing more of it in my posts.