Maitland, Florida – May, 2014


Here are some photos I took with my new camera. It’s an Olympus OMD-EM-1, digital, mirrorless model.

I used a 17mm, 1.8 lens by Olympus. It’s a fast focusing lens which produces quality pictures.

I decided to take a trip to a local art establishment for some shots. They were closed that day, but I did manage to get a few exterior photos.

I had just bought the camera and was learning how to use it. It is quite complex when you get into it. However, I think it is a great camera which takes fantastic pictures. It’s also light and compact.

I took the camera with me on a cruise a couple of months ago. I’ll post some shots from that trip in the near future.

Enjoy, and please hit the like button if you’re in the mood. Comments are always appreciated.

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This is a museum on the property.

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This is one of the ornate gates to a large open area with additional art to see.

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This gate looked inviting to visitors.

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I liked these flowers, but they were shot at high sun. I should have used a diffuser, but I didn’t have one with me. 

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There are a lot of these cement embellishments on walls surrounding the place. I call this one, “Laughing Boy”.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI call this a salute to all the geckos that roam Florida.

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The beautiful color of these flowers were great against their background.

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I’m not sure what this represents. Perhaps it’s Mayan. 

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More beautiful artwork.

© 2014 Ronald J. Yarosh

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