Texas and the Lensbaby

Officer's Quarters at Fort Richardson, Texas

While my mother has been visiting us here in Texas, we've visited several historic places. This is Fort Richardson in Jacksboro, Texas! My husband gave me a Lensbaby this past Christmas and I'm finding it a challenge to use. So, lately, wherever we go I take my camera and one lens...the Lensbaby. This is one of the first attempted images I'm willing to share. I have several more I hope to do something with...who knows...they may end up here!

Textures by Kim Klassen and Anna Lenabem



Comments

  1. Very lovely and dreamy. Good work.

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  2. Beautiful! Such a wonderfully surreal feel to this piece - yet grounded in a historic reality. I love that combination. It is always a challenge to work with something new - I admire your persistence in sticking with it, challenging yourself to really see what you can do with this lens.

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    1. Thank you so much! It has been a struggle and boy do I have a long way to go with this lens, but I do love that feeling of...Oh! That's how that works!

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  3. Oh I am a lover of Lensbaby and I would never know you are having a challenge with it such a beautiful landscape. Just the perfect dreamy in your image. I would love to see more of this work from your lens. Just awesome.

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    1. Thank you! I will post more images as I go along with the Lensbaby. I have so much to learn, but thank you for your comment! Take care!

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