Finals, Winter Break, and the holidays– December was busy, to say the least. I had more free time for picture-taking, thankfully, in between family gatherings and cookie-eating. I even used my camera during First Night Raleigh!
My mom puts electric candles throughout the windows every December; through the curtains, they make my room glow. (Dec. 18)
Bare trees of winter, or North Carolina’s 70 degree version of winter. (Dec. 19)
Morgan (my sister) and Dad walk through Gold Park during our lovely family adventure in Hillsborough, NC.
A railroad and a greenway…
…then a river, the Eno River.
I love the surrealism of the sky and plant’s shadows against a river.
A full moon– it’s a Christmas miracle, Charlie Brown! (Dec. 25)
Christmas night by our tree (sporting its new red star) watching the first of the James Bond movies.
Buddy looked angelic against a white blanket. (Dec. 26)
As said earlier, shadows and rivers/streams make for amazing pictures. (Dec. 29)
How do contrasting bark colors intertwine on one branch like this?
Even the trees decorated for Christmas.
Have you ever seen a ferris wheel in the middle of downtown Raleigh? (Dec. 31)
Zoom out while taking a slow shutter speed picture; you’ll find incredible results.
Fayetteville Street was quite a sight on New Year’s Eve.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!! (Jan. 1)
Safe wishes for 2016, everyone!