Getting ready to leave for Texas. Posts may be slow for the next week or so – need to find a place to live, get internet set up, fun stuff like that. Next stop – the Lone Star State!
Experimental image, panorama covering a 200 degree field of view constructed from 32 exposures. Click to see a larger version.
Western Montana ranch country on a cloudy spring day…
View from Hoosier Pass in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Altitude 11,542 feet.
I could not get this image to look exactly as I wanted, but something about it speaks to me. I have no idea what it is saying, but it speaks to me…
Why I spend a lot of time exploring back roads. You never know what you’ll find…
Experiment to see if I could get a decent shot of the moon using only a zoom lens. Nikon D7000 camera, handheld (no tripod), Tamron 70-300mm lens set to 300mm, ISO 200, f/5.6, 1/400 second exposure.
After spending far too many years away I am finally headed home to Texas. I will be moving there around the beginning of June to start a new job. I’m looking forward to exploring a new area with my camera and you’re welcome to follow along. 🙂
Oil derricks just after sunrise near Amarillo, Texas.
Abandoned power substation near Lennep, Montana.
The Grand Tetons of Wyoming, lit by the rising sun on a spring morning. Panorama created from 21 exposures. Click to see a larger version.