I'm Avery and I am an amateur photographer, 15 to be exact. And yes, my name is also Avery!
I have a blog that I update every weekday. Avery began following me, and I began following him. Then he invited me to post on his blog. So here I am.
I took this picture in Venice, Florida, during a sunset, and this happens to be one of Avery's favorites.
I look foreword to many more contributing posts,
Monday, August 31, 2009
So I was just messing around with some i-photo settings/edits and I really like these four images. The first two, I put the exposure at its highest and then raised the contrast which makes the sky very white and the raven on top of the roof very black.
Sunday, August 30, 2009
My friend and I biked a bit to get to a place called Silver Lake, Brighton. Located at the back of Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah. I really enjoyed the nice reflection of the sky. I didn't enjoy the bugs that were attacking me.
Friday, August 28, 2009
Thursday, August 27, 2009
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Monday, August 24, 2009
I have been in Lake Powell for the last week with family and friends. What a blast! And I have arrived safely (thank the heavens.) Wow, what a trip. Lots of tubing, water skiing, wake-boarding, and jet-ski riding. But I have to tell you this story. Friday morning we all wake up, and my little brother has a swollen cheek. We look at it and examine and play doctor and realize he has a tooth issue. We make an executive decision to head back to the marina and get some help. We traveled on back towards Antelope Point Marina in Page, Arizona. We parked across the bay on an open, sandy beach. All was well, they took my brother to the doctor's, gave him an IV, got the color back in his face. We were all so jolly and decided to hike a bit up the sand. Then, we turned around and saw the storm coming. Across the bay, sand was coming straight at us. We all ran towards our house boat, grabbing more anchors to attach to the house boat for safety from the wind. We dug whole and put the anchors in them and hoped and prayed that they would work. It didn't. The wind and waves were too strong and our house boat ended up horizontal on the beach instead of the vertical. But all was well because we were safe. But then our ski-boat was drenched in water and stuck on the sand too. If you have ever been to Lake Powell, you know the sand is very, very, very "sucky" (pun intended.) And that's enough for today. I'll finish my story tomorrow. In the mean time enjoy these pictures of my story.