Previous Photos of the Month

I create this page just as a place to post the previous photos of the month for the Canon Camera Geek web site.  If you'd like to submit a photo for proud display on the home page and bragging rights you can submit it for consideration below.

SchoonerHead Sunrise - Mt. Desert island - MaineSunrise-Mount Desert Island)Canon 24-105 at 35mm. Exposure: 1/2 second at f 7.1

The month was September. The summer crowds were gone from Bar Harbor. This photo was taken about 5 miles south of down town. The only sound you could hear was the gently pounding of the waves on the rocks.

Rickets Glen, PA - taken with Canon EF 24-1053 second exposure at f 22, Canon 24-105mm lens at 24mm

This photo of the month was taken in Ricketts Glen State park. I chose a real low angle to emphasize the rushing water over the rocks in the foreground

Beach sunset photoCape May Sunset

More Previous Photos of The Month

This was the July 2013 winning photo, taken in Cape May, New Jersey.

A Canon 70-200mm f2.8 lens was used, not a typical choice for a landscape photograph, but the interesting reflections on the water wer off a bit in the distance.

Flower close-upSunburst

This was the May 2013 photo of the month, taken with an 85mm f1.8 lens and extension tubes, essentially turning a portrait lens into a macro lens.

I focused on the pistils and stamen and let the background petals fall slightly out of focus.

Fall color monthFall Colors in the month of November

This is a classic October photo of the month for his area of the country. usually the colors peak in mid to late October. Although the colors wer a bit muted this year, there are always plenty of photo opps. 

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1. It must have been taken with a Canon camera.
2. It must have been taken by you, within the last 6 months

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Fallen Leaves in the Orchards at Sunrise 
Have you ever had the intention to photograph something you see all the time but don't get a chance to follow through? The best thing to do is to schedule …

west virginia nature photography in the fall 
It was foggy and misting when I took this photo of the leaves submerged in the puddle. It was fairly close to some evergreens which blocked out the …

Sunrise at Sapphire Beach 
This image was taken while on a shoot at an annual event held at different locations throughout the world and this year the event was held at Coffs Harbour, …

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