Saw this squirrel run into the hole and waited to see if he would come out.
Ah! The Beach!
Spring is here, at least I think it is, and time to think of the beach and summer. This was taken in January at Hilton Head SC. While it may look like a sunrise it was actually taken in the evening.
Looking Glass Falls
Photograph of Looking Glass Falls in North Carolina taken while we were visiting Asheville. I was lucky to catch the rainbow created by the falls.
Another photograph from my October trip to Asheville, NC. This is of the boathouse at Biltmore Estate. Was trying to capture the boathouse and some of the surrounding trees. Not sure if the light is perfect, but it was one of my favorites.
Another photograph from Boneyard Beach in Florida.
Yes, it has been a while since I posted and I am finally getting around to looking at some photographs I recently took. The one above is a pond/swamp in Fort Clinch State Park on Amelia Island in Florida. This was taken while we were hiking the Willow Pond Nature Trail. Although we didn’t see any alligators here, we did see one later as we got closer to the end. At first, it looked like a log, but looking closer, it was an alligator.
Saw this group of trees in the Hunting Island State Park, SC a few weeks ago. Kept looking for a position where I could get a nice foreground leading to the trees and still capture the opening in the clouds. I wasn’t able to get the opening where I want it, but I liked the water that seems to lead you to trees. The image was taken in the evening and I was facing east.
Took this while walking the dog at one of the local parks. There are numerous trees in this open space and I liked the way this one was lit on one side. It is still winter here and the grass has not yet turned green, but the trees in the background and the clouds in the sky add to the feeling on a cool winter day.
Cooperage, only in color
It’s been a while since I posted, a new year and already I’m off to a slow start. As previously mentioned in this blog I have a few film cameras and hope to take more photographs with them. The photograph above was taken with one of them. It is the first roll of color film that I have shot with this camera. The scene is of a building in the development where I live and I had previously photographed the same building in B&W film.
Sometimes it pays to go back and look at your photographs again. This is another photograph from my recent hike at the local watershed. When I took the photograph I was drawn to the bright yellow leaves and the contrast from the dark path to the bright opening. At first, I was not pleased with what I had gotten, but after looking at it a second time and making some adjustments I had second thoughts.