Another forest, another beaver pond; more fun with reflections.
Lodgepole pine cone on my front steps. While working on a project/study in my front yard (one that will take me all year to complete) I found this newly-shed specimen. I was taken by its texture and the spiral emphasized by the process of it opening. It took several tries to find the right combination... Continue Reading →
Ok...this is not meant to be a gear blog, but I just found a piece of kit that I'm seriously flipped over. I've been toying with the idea of picking up a new tripod & head for macro photography. The two tripods I have aren't up to the task. Neither gets low enough to the... Continue Reading →
Being aware of your surroundings and keeping your photographer's eyes open can yield fantastic opportunities for great pictures.
Stretch your creative side by picking up gear you seldom use. And again, the importance of looking back.
Even though I haven't been posting, I have been shooting. Went to a new location yesterday at dawn and I think I might go back soon as I have other things I want to try. Yeah, it's another river in winter, but the rough beauty of places like this just gets to me. The noise... Continue Reading →