Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve had my camera with me for a few outings…
An engagement session (more finished photos to come after Krystle and Roman make their selections). This shot was an idea I had that I thought worked out pretty well!
TAFY’s recent dance recital (that’s my daughter enjoying her time on stage):
In the next couple weeks I’ll have a camera with me on a work trip to Fairbanks (hoping for some good weather in Denali Park), and then a Bar Mitzvah!
Oh, and I almost forgot, I did capture (and finally cull and finish) photos from the 2017 Wearable Arts back in February. Here is a quick shot Seanna O’Sullivan (she’s amazing) took of me in action near the runway. Fun show!
Some dude at the edge of #lakesammamish during our last trip. #washingtonsunset #issaquah
Not a bad evening for a stroll with a camera. #wildlife #silhouette #juneau
#costco #sunset #juneauak
#juneauak #headinghome #pleasantsurprise
Wildlife on the lawn as I was headed to work yesterday.
#wildlife on #balboapier with my #lovelywife
#sandpiper #playingchicken on #newportbeach
I’ve been away from the blog for what feels like a long, long time. I’ll be starting to post a few to try to catch up and get back to the place of regular updates now that life has started to level out. With a baby on the way (our first), a job change, a move, car purchases & travel, our plates have been full. Finally though, my shoulders are starting to drop.
So, to tide you over, here’s a selfie of two remarkably busy individuals who are excited about life and our future.
More now. #colorfulnight #anothersunset #juneaualaska
#dockwalk #subtlesunset #pinkreflections
Something caught my attention here. Maybe it's the beauty in spite of the telephone poles & cell towers & sirens & abandoned vehicles? #feelingcontemplative #leavingwork #longday
East Bowl. #yayicansee #goodskiing #bluesky
Solo, save for serendipitous run-ins. #atleasttheicerainstopped #newskisarefun #backtoskiing
Two laps of de-icing. #alaskatravel #snowinghardhere #canwegoyet
Not a shabby way to end the day. #anotherwednesday #destinationeaglecrest #gorgeous
Gosh Juneau mornings don't suck. #sunrise #windchillblowshard #destinationeaglecrest
As I was driving along the road, in the distance I saw what looked like a cat just sitting and relaxing in my lane. As I came closer I realized it was a baby porcupine ambling for the woods. The sun had just set, but there was still enough warm light in the sky to capture some images of him… Take a look:
Check out other wildlife/fine-art photos here.
My friend Herbert Law of Minute Sixteen is in town, and invariably, we have insanely mis-matched schedules. The other night he invited me out to join him and a couple others to photograph the Perseid Meteor Shower which came “flying through” (haha) this month. And while I had such great intentions to connect before the night was through, it turned out that another dear friend, Stacy LaMascus was going to leave town for a year at school… In this case, the mini going-away party trumped the meteor outing… But as we hung out and the ladies took a dip in the hot tub, I put my gear to use in the back yard to capture a few starlight photos.
Take a look.
The first image here has a shooting star. I also like the framing of the house and surrounding trees. It feels like we’ve got a portal to another world!
This one is (I believe) a satellite moving through the night sky. The milky way really stands out in here.
I noticed that the yard, lit by a light from inside the garage, had some interesting features contrasted against the starry sky. Fun!
See these images at the 2012 Fine Art Gallery.
I had a meeting tonight that fell through, and so in the next 15 minutes or so I explored the undeveloped back lot of some condos… I love to look. I love to explore. Tonight I found a Daddy Long Legs and MAN, are they UGLY! Plus, while photographing a pretty little buttercup, a fly happened to land on it for my enjoyment. It was great, except all of these are handheld and with a 200mm macro lens so I spent a lot of time trying to breathe slowly and not move a muscle (while wobbling in my crouched-to-the-ground position.) I don’t know how those sharp shooters get so well trained to slow their bodies… Maybe it’s just practice. Anyhow, take a look:
See these and more in the Fine Art Gallery.