This picture is from 2018 and I was out experimenting with long exposures. It was taken Cunningham Falls Stat Park in MD just down stream from the falls. I did take a few more but this is my favorite from the day. I liked the gold coloring in the upper left corner and how the the exposure was just long enough to smooth out the water going over the rocks.
While out hiking recently I came across this fallen tree. Thought that the root pattern was interesting and might make a good composition. Tried three different angles, and chose this straight on look.
While out taking pictures in the woods behind our development, I heard two Barred Owls. I followed the sound and was able to see one fly away and the other head into a tree, although I did not know which one. While looking for the owl I saw it fly out out from a tree not more than 30 ft from me. I followed it to this tree, and I was able to get a few pictures of it. Other than the ghost image of a tree branch in the lower right this is one of the better pictures I was able to get. If you look close you can see its dinner (mouse I think) in its mouth. I only which I had taken a longer zoom lens with me.
Another shot from our 2017 family vacation. This is of the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse and was taken on the same cruise as the Seal image that I posted last week. Hope to get out in the next few weeks to take some new stuff.
Another picture from our trip to Maine in 2017. While there we took a cruise with Bass Harbor Island Cruises and saw some seals along with other wildlife. This is a picture of a single seal laying on the rocks.
Didn’t have anything new to post so dug through some old pictures. This one was taken on our family vacation in 2017 to Maine. When I first looked at this picture I tried to eliminate the fog, but later realized that was what made me take the photograph to begin with.
Path near my home. I’ve been going out here to practice taking pictures and work on my composition skills. I’ve also been trying out new Lightroom techniques. For this picture I like the way the path curves and then disappears into the woods.