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Today’s post is inspired by a fellow blogger, Pawel Pentlinowski. He has a great post on panning as well as many other things…

panning shot violets

Anyway, I dug through my photo archives and found two very old panning shots I did in my own front yard. Above is a shot taken from my lawn littered with dead leaves and violets (hey, weeds can make for good photography!).

panning shots azaleaThis shot was taken in the late spring. The red color is actually my azalea flowers… green is the grass and the white/grey is the washed out sky. At the top of the photo you can see the outline of trees in the distance.

This is to show you how you can take something very ordinary and transform it into something extraordinary. Pretty cool, huh?

PS. With regard to copyright – all images belong to little ol’ me (the wasp) unless otherwise stated. Be kind and give credit where credit is due.