Recent Blog Posts By: David Thrift
Driving Nature Magazine is my upcoming self published photo magazine featuring my photography, also known as a zine. It will cover subjects of traffic, nature, people, and art. Here is a sneak peek photo I took on Monday, March 20th 2017 of a fisherman on Lake Harding that will appear in one of the future issues. First issue is planned to be put out on January 1st, 2018.
View of the island at Long Bridge on Lake Harding in Lee County, AL. Taken on Sunday, March 19th, 2017 at around 7 p.m.
Something I’ve gotten into recently – Prisma digital art. I like turning erotic photos into digital paintings. I just like the effects, and I like my erotic art. To view my own original art please visit my shop on zazzle.
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Category Archives: On The Web
Lenticular clouds, France – Photo by: Marc Veraart
I found this article written by Hal Amen on MatadorNetwork, a new favorite website of mine as of today. The post is a little old, dated July 25th 2012, however that doesn’t distract from all the great cloud photos to see. As a cloud gazer I enjoyed this article and you will most likely see many different types of clouds you didn’t know exist.
Fall colors at The Nature Conservancy’s Bear Rocks Preserve in West Virginia. Photo ©Kent Mason.
It’s that time of year again for the air to get cooler, halloween decorations, hot chocolate, bonfires, fall hunting, and getting outdoors as much as possible before it gets cold. Here’s an article I found over on one of my favorite websites, The Nature Conservancy, which features 10 beautiful scenic photos of fall colors on mountains, and around rivers and woodlands. I’m personally not really looking forward to winter but I do love the fall season for all the beautiful colors. Continue reading
From Birds & Bloom: Basics Of Windowsill Gardening
For anyone who’s ever been interested in growing a counter garden in your kitchen, here are some tips over on Birds & Bloom website to help. I may give this a try myself since I’ve had relatively good success with all of my porch plants this summer. Continue reading
From Audobon: These Bird Images Nearly Fly Off The Screen
I thought it was time that I start sharing (more often) some things I see and find interesting on the web… because I see so much stuff out there that just needs to be shared.
I hope you enjoy this article. Honestly I personally just browsed through it to view the awesome photos. Continue reading