Good old Black Mo

Black Mo is our fond nickname for Black Moshannon State Park. I shared some photos from this year yesterday, but I thought it would be fun to share some of my old photos today, to compare my old style to my new skillz.  (aka I get to subject you to crappy photography for fun!)

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Okay so it seems like most of my old photos are from the spring, so maybe it’s not a fair comparison.

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But I still feel like I’ve improved.

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Oh this one is nice…it’s from the 13 mile Moss Hanne trail, which I’ve done a few times.  It’s lovely.

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Bonus carnivorous plants photo…yay bogs!  You know, I’ve looked at this photo a hundred times and this is the first time I noticed that someone cut the flowering stalk.  Huh.

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Yeah definitely think that photo could have been better

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This one is kinda nice though

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Oh makes me want to hike

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Bonus shot of my friend Dominique…she and I were volunteering at the park, planting trees.

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6 thoughts on “Good old Black Mo

  1. I think you are rather hard on yourself these are great, compositionally you’ve always been excellent, the one thing I can say is your command of exposure and settings has improved. Your one of the best Ive ever seen in that respect. Thankyou for posting I enjoy your photo’s very much!

  2. Carniv. plants – what do you call the ones here (apart from ‘cunning’)? In the UK, pitcher plants. And the ‘jaws-with-teeth-and-sticky-inside’ ones are Venus’s Fly Traps. Just wondering. RH

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