116 thoughts on “Possessed by Nikon

  1. kgshcd

    Just stumbled upon your blog; what gorgeous photos you have! I love the trees covered in the blanket of snow.
    I am also possessed by Nikon as well, but I absolutely love your ending line, “…perhaps possessed by the amazing lens of life” …you got it! πŸ™‚
    Great blog!



  2. Oh, yeah. Possessed by Nikon. Yeah, me, too. I don’t get out far enough from the house to get such wonderful shots. You’ve got an amazing eye. These are beautiful, Angelia.


  3. allthefleetingmuses

    This is some gorgeous work! My favorite is the one with eth elittle girl blowing bubbles. I like the one with the feet, too!

    I’m a big fan of Nikon. I’m working with a D90 I got last year- my first DSLR! So exciting. Anyway, check out my photoblog:


  4. ‘Possessed by the lens of life’ is an enlightening way to be! πŸ™‚
    Your lens is radiative with so much love, and it is truly wonderful for you to be sharing your gifts with all of us.
    Happy to be back! πŸ™‚


  5. Yes, you have made me add a new camera to my already hefty list of both necessary and unnecessary things to purchase. Yarr! Beautiful photography. πŸ™‚ Keep it coming, you have a way with that lens!


  6. Sunflowerdiva

    Wow, what gorgeous phots you took! My favorite is the one of the feet and the blue jeans. Keep up the great work–photography is a pleasureable art that everyone should enjoy!


  7. Love your pics! I’ve had a Nikon for quite some time, but It was bought before the ‘digital age’….got any suggestions on the best camera for someone wanting to take pics of kids/sports and getting up close and personal with food?


  8. I completely agree.. Nikon has a hold on me too.. 100+pictures on a regular non eventful day..
    Of all the things we could be addicted too, I think photography is a good one! Having a good eye to capture special moments and Seeing the world in pictures is a beautiful thing


  9. Nicole

    Your photographs are truly amazing! You have an incredible talent! My favorites are the snow-covered trees, the bird watching the fish and the winding road, but they’re all absolutely inspiring!


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