E is for Eyes

EThis year I’m participating in the Blogging from A to Z Challenge again. I thought it might be fun to share some of my photography instead of always my words. They say a picture is worth–well, you know what they say 😉

I will try to keep these blog posts short and sweet, while still offering a little bit of insight into each photograph, just for fun.

If you’re interested in learning more about the Blogging from A to Z Challenge you can check out these links:

~ What Is The Blogging from A to Z Challenge? ~ ParticipantsMy Blogging from A to Z Challenge (2013): All About Niteblade ~ My Blogging from A to Z Challenge (2012): Unthemed ~

E is for Eyes… with a bonus elephant eye 😉

We went to the zoo a couple years ago and I left depressed for the animals… but with a few good photos. Like this one of Lucy:

Lucy - All rights reserved by Rhonda Parrish

Also, Jo bought me a macro lens for Mother’s Day a while back… I had fun playing with it, as you can see in these two similar shots:

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All rights reserved by Rhonda Parrish

This is Eowyn. She’s one of our kitties — the one who always freaking blinks when I try to take her picture, which makes this much more than ‘just another cat photo’:

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Lastly we have Mr. Bogle, who lives at the Birds of Prey Centre in southern Alberta:

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13 thoughts on “E is for Eyes”

    • Thank you! That is one of my favourite photographs of all time (by me, anyway LOL)

    • Thanks Jen 🙂

      Lucy was out on her walk around the zoo grounds when I took that shot (which I understand she does daily). So at least she wasn’t behind bars or glass… for a little while.

    • LoL thanks 🙂 I don’t think I’m ‘second career’ good enough, but it sure is a fun hobby 🙂

  1. Often eyes are taken for granted. I am the recipient of a corneal transplant so I know first hand. Take good care of your eyes!!

    • I think you’re right about eyes being taken for granted. Someone I love has some serious (and scary) eye/vision issues, so I do not fall into the ‘take vision for granted’ category… I don’t think. Though I’d be willing to bet I don’t appreciate them as much as you do.

  2. I love photographs of eyes. They are so different and expressive. Very nice.

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