Where yellow goes to die: Green

Jesus christ lizard (or the JC lizard that can walk on water)
green violetear
Green violetear, Monteverde
yellow headed parrot-endgandered
Yellow headed parrot
small bee eater - very good
Green Bee eater
White necked jacobin
Parrot feed
Rose ringed parakeet
Sahalie waterfalls-Watermarked
Mangrove tunnel - oil painting
Monteverde fern tree
A beautiful fern tree..

While I am still as reticent about  editing as ever, read, I still don’t like it, I don’t care if people think it is ‘professional’, I am a better amateur than all those facebook professionals…Anyway.. I was saying while I still don’t care for it much and I certainly did not look or follow anyone’s instructions on video on how to edit my photographs ( that is not something I do out of pride, I just don’t like videos, they waste too much of my time getting to the point, I would take written instructions A.N.Y. D.A.Y.  over videos). I think the green and the yellow in a photo, really are anti: one or the other. Since I professed to be an amateur already, I would like to know if there is a setting that increases the green in the image over the yellow, instead of the other way round, which is usually the case with my photos.

Anyway, here is my gallery for different greens on birds and trees, and the moss on the abandoned machine. To be back among them, is all I want for christmas, valentine’s, birthday, and any other holiday you can think of.

Photochallenge. Green.

9 Comments on “Where yellow goes to die: Green

  1. I feel the same way you do about videos. With written instructions it is much easier to find what you need…and to follow along. Lovely pictures.

  2. Pingback: Easy Being Green: start Up | What's (in) the picture?

  3. Your photos are all gorgeous! And I am like you: give me written instructions so I can highlight, underline and add my thoughts – videos do not provide this. Thanks for sharing; keep being you and keep sharing 🙂

  4. Wonderful collection of shots!! The colours on those birds are so vibrant!

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