Monday, February 26, 2007


Grandfather Mountain, North Carolina

Grandfather Mountain, North Carolina, originally uploaded by Bitterroot.

russet leaves
huddled bushes
clinging to tumbled rock

Hi B&B. I stumbled on your site while researching Bergamot relative to tea. Your pictures are great. Can/Will you give some insight to equipment used in taking your photos? Thanks.
Your haiku fits the photo perfectly!
Hi Mark - Thank you very much for the kind words. I'd be happy to share the equipment stuff. In the course of the last four years I've used three cameras: a little Sony point and shoot, a Canon S2IS, and now a Canon Rebel XT (a DSLR.) So on this blog you'll see photos from all three cameras. The photos from the southwest were taken with the Rebel, using a Sigma 18-200 mm lens. The only accessory I've used is a polarizer filter, used sparingly and not at all with the Rebel. If you click on the photos, you will be taken to my site on Flickr, where you can see (in the right column) a link called "more properties." If you click on that, it will show you all the EXIF data related to whatever camera and settings I've been using for a particular shot.

Hope this helps!

Pam my dear, thank you so much!
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