We went to the park Friday to try our hand, or feet rather, at slacklining. We have a 2in slackline that we’ve set up a couple of times in our front yard, but we wanted a change of scenery and a bigger area to practice.
We hiked around a bit to try to find some rocks that we could wrap our line around; we first went to Hall of Horrors, but didn’t find anywhere to slackline, but did some scrambling.
I tried to make time to take some landscape photos while we were out there, but nothing was really that inspiring this trip. I took one picture, but its not great.
We finally found someplace to get our line hooked up, it didn’t last long, the rocks weren’t heavy enough. We didn’t get a lot of line walking in, but it was still a good afternoon in the park.
Tomorrow will be another adventure in the park. Stay tuned!
One of my good friends, who let me take her engagement pictures, has a birthday this month. I gave her the rights to the pictures, so I have no idea if she has had any of them printed, so I made a print for her for her birthday. I used my favorite image and added some texture and layers and all the creative stuff I like to do, but not a lot of people think they like. I had it printed and mailed to her. I hope she likes it!
I’ve been to the park a few times to take pictures. With all the computer trouble I’ve been having, its been a struggle to go through them for people to take a look. My husband ended up getting a new laptop so I can have the Mac. It’s great to have a Mac, since it has faster processing, but my PC has Photoshop. I can’t transfer it to the Mac :( I downloaded the trial version of Elements and will just have to be happy with that since its a lot more affordable than Photoshop. Now that we’ve got everything sorted out, check back for new Joshua Tree pictures!
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