General Images

by Mark Schrull

Updated 3/5/14  (5 photos added to general images) It has been a severe  winter.  But winter also brought with it some fascinating photo opportunities.  I have added five of my favorites to this page of general images.  All were taken by me here in Lorain County, Ohio USA.

12/29/12  When I was a young man, I attended my local community college.  My favorite class was photography.  Back then there was no digital photography.  It was all done with film and developed  in a dark room.  Eventually I built a dark room in my own home and purchased equipment and supplies.

As a hobby, it was a considerably expensive one.  The development of digital cameras and the advancement of computers has changed all that.  My dark room is long retired and I am afraid my equipment belongs in a museum.  In my humble opinion, digital photography is the greatest thing to happen to a shutter bug since the invention of lenses.

Click on any Image to enlarge.
1 Blizzard Acr
1 Blizzard Bcr
1 James Day Ccr
God's Window Art 3crSun back yard 4cr

deer 2CR

Grey bird CR
sunrise 4-18-12 CR
flower CR
Preying Mantis 7
Praying Mantis 3
Reflection E
raining 2
Rose 1CR
Grasshopper CR
Sunrise orbs 1cr
Brutis Spoon CR1

Christmas Candles CRAngel 4 CRSpring is coming.


2 responses to “General Images

  1. Some really nice pics here! found this page by accident. I am looking for season pics of Lorain/Amherst.

    • Thank you, Micky. And thanks for visiting. I have lived in Lorain my whole life so most of my photos are from around here. Any particular area around these two cities your looking for season pictures of?

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