DSLR Diaries: Artemis Lucille & the Birds

If you follow me on Instagram or watch my YouTube channel, you’ll know that I’m the proud owner of a new Canon EOS 4000D. It’s my first ever DSLR camera, and I’m so excited to be considered an amateur photographer.

As I practice taking photos, I figured it would be fun to start a new series called “DSLR Diaries” where I share some of my favorite shots for the month. My ultimate faves go on my Instagram stories immediately after I’ve taken them, so I’m not going to repost those here. Make sure to follow @thewhisperbox so you don’t miss them!

Enjoy my July 2019 in photos!

cat

This box remained in the living room for several weeks because Artemis Lucille the cat loved it so much.

flowers

Sidewalk floralia in Washington Heights, NYC.

citibike

A cool shot of docked CitiBikes in Chinatown/Little Italy.

sidewalk chalk art

Chalk art on the sidewalk on Grand Street of interlaced hearts <3.

chandelier close up

Okay, so I technically posted this one on my Instagram stories already but this chandelier close up is too cool!

genesee cream ale

My boyfriend’s favorite beer, Genesee, at the East Harlem Bottling Co.

Dinner at East Harlem Bottling Co.

yellow flower

I couldn’t resist taking a closeup of this yellow flower in Babylon, NY.

geese

A bird day afternoon in Argyle Park.

swan

A graceful swan in Argyle Lake.

Check out my Canon EOS 4000D unboxing video if you haven’t already!

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Gallery Mondays: ‘Shadows & Substance’ by Marcia Haufrecht

Shadows & Substance | Marcia Haufrecht chashama 266

I was walking by Chashama 266 in Midtown West last month when I saw these really great paintings. I loved the summer vibes I got from them so I snapped a pic from the other side of the glass door.

I really need to make an appointment to see one of Chashama 266’s exhibits at some point!

Anyway, these were part of Marcia Haufrecht’s Shadows & Substance exhibit. It reminded me of all the Q53 bus rides I’m not going to miss this summer because I moved out of Queens. Therefore, I no longer have to board a crowded bus full of beach-goers.

Why does anyone want to go to the beach in this scorching heat anyway? The sand is going to burn you!

Be smart like the two in the painting on the far right and visit a lake instead.

Learn more about Shadows & Substance at www.chashama.org/event/shadows_substance.