I saw on Facebook that several WWII Era planes were going to fly over my house. Grabbed the camera and waited. Took a few shots in the lawn while I waited too.
So, yesterday I decided to take a trip over the the Mississippi river on the Iowa side. Perhaps see some eagles and other wildlife. So I went to bed early and woke up (without an alarm) around 4 a.m.
Okay, sorry for the lateness of my post. Took some time to go through all my favorites and whittle them down to what I thought was my best. Even though it was tough to get rid of some. One of these is my current phone background and one was my pc background until recently. So, without further ado
Why would anybody want a B&W disposable camera? Surely people buying disposables don’t care about B&W photography? There must be a reason why Ilford made this, I wanted to find out.
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.
It was a good trip. I had brought initially 2 cameras, one with 2 lenses, but I ended up bailing on carrying my Sony a7ii into battle. The thought of that camera falling into a waterfall or something scared the pants of me. So the following are all taken with a Fuji x20.
Spent the weekend following my wife to a conference, but that meant I could go photo hunting. Here are the results.
Well, it's Friday, and if the local weather wasn't calling for rain, I'd be dusting the clubs off and hitting the links. Since that is not looking likely, I figured I'd share some golf photos I took a while back.