This was a weird weekend. I found out late on Friday night that a friend died. After that, I couldn’t sleep and was pretty much for close to 40 hours straight. That sucked. On Sunday, after getting some sleep, th wife and I headed across the state to watch a SpaceX launch. I was even going to live stream it on…
Today’s sunset picture attempt turned out a lot better. The clouds still weren’t exactly what I was hopping for, but I think it worked. If you look at the second bridge in the background, you’ll see that there was a wall of fog rolling in. This is weird. This isn’t something that happens very often down here. We’ll…
For a Christmas gift, I’m trying to take a sunset picture for my mother-in-law. I picked a spot that gave me several options, all of them great. I drove out there today and set up just in time to watch some low rain clouds roll in. The actual spot of the setting sun out of frame to the left, maybe a full frame away. I…
I don’t really like driving this car. It’s nice to drive, but I don’t feel the orad and it’s bothering me. Ireally like how the pictured turned out though, it’s an (handheld) HDR created using Lightroom.
This is what “winter” looks like in Texas. A kayak fisherman taking advantage of the calm waters, and what is likely a flock of laughing gulls skimming over the surface.
This is a raw tiff. No editing... Wish I would have stabilized my camera better to get more sharp details. Shutter speed was at 1/2 a second I believe.
You guys made the mistake of giving me authorship, so I felt like I had to share at least SOMETHING. :-)
Was attempting to find something with my son, we ended up trying to photograph light trails during sunset. Final result I thought was nice.
Finally got an HDR to work out that didn't look all goofy. Let me know what you think.
Visiting family on Whidbey Island, WA. There are two ways onto the island, but the most fun is the ferry. The kids love it. We were lucky enough to find a break in the clouds at sunset.
Here's a shot from one sunset when the sky was crazy looking. Edit: Second Picture after the jump.
Pretty much the exact opposite of B&W week, but sunsets in the Southern Hemisphere don't suck. Fed wild dolphins soon after I took this photo. Amazing experience.
Taken at Monument Channel on Georgian Bay with my point and shoot Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH20. Not edited. More photos after the jump.