Current header photo:

This is the first header photo I’ve taken with our new digital SLR  Canon Rebel T3i. Again, it’s the elusive red-breasted woodpecker, at my bird feeder in April 2013.

red breasted woodpecker, spring 2013,, © Huffygirl 2013 cropped-img_3094-crop-2.jpg

Previous header photos:

I caught this red-breasted woodpecker at my bird feeder after an ice storm.

An icy meal.

An icy meal.

Sunset over Lake Michigan

I took this sunset August 2012 over Lake Michigan from the beach in Glen Arbor, Michigan. The dune to the left is part of the Sleeping Bear Dune National Lakeshore.

First snow

First snow in Michigan, November 2011,  © Huffygirl 2011


Hardy perennial mums, a fall favorite in Michigan.

Fall in Michigan: This was taken looking into the sun about an hour before sunset. As I took the photo, the sun make a white line down the center, which turned into a misty blur upon shooting. I liked this effect and thought this would make a great header photo for fall.

Old barn in grass, near Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

Old barn in grass. Photo taken near Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, , Michigan, June 2011.  © Huffygirl 2011

Butterfly on pink zinnias, © Huffygirl 2011.

Zinnias with butterfly (© Huffygirl 2011)

Spring tulips.

Previous: Spring tulips. I was hoping this would look like it was taken outside, but was actually taken in a greenhouse during a spring expo March 2011. (Credit: Huffygirl)

Previous: South Haven lighthouse, South Haven, Michigan. Photo was taken from the pier in December. (Credit: Huffygirl)

South Haven Lighthouse

Previous: Ludington State Park, Ludington Michigan. Photo was taken from a woodland hiking trail. (Credit: Huffygirl)

Ludington State Park

Former: Round Island Light House, Straits of Mackinac, Michigan. Photo was taken from the east bluff of Mackinac Island. (Credit: Huffygirl)

Round Island Lighthouse

Previous: Empire Bluff, Empire, Michigan. Taken from the top of the bluff, looking out toward the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. (Credit: Huffygirl)

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

All photos used in Huffygirl’s Blog were taken by Donna Barry, unless credited otherwise.  No photos from this blog may be copied or reproduced without the photographer’s express permission.


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      • Well you don’t really need to have a lens for panorama. You can stitch photos and make a great panorama on photoshop. I make panoramas using my point and shoot digital camera. 😀 I never uploaded one of those on the web, though.

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