Tau Zero is four years old today. THANK YOU to everyone who has visited, commented, subscribed, and made this a fun and rewarding experience for me.
What a year. Started it living in Texas, ended it returning to the Pacific Northwest. Getting to know a new camera (a Nikon D810, her name is “Rachael”). Worked with great and interesting people using my photos for book covers, album covers, stage designs for plays, and many other things. Looking forward to more adventures in Tau Zero’s Year Five!
Photo was shot on a cloudy summer morning on the Oregon coast, Ecola State Park.
Exploring the rocks along the beach at Hug Point on the Oregon coast on a summer morning.
Prints, downloads, and licenses for this photo are available at my store site.
I did a bit of hiking and exploring around west Texas this past weekend. Just after sunrise I was at Copper Breaks State Park and saw these interesting looking red rocks being lit by the morning sun. I had very little room to walk around near the rocks and had to shoot a mosaic (two rows of five exposures) to get the amount of rocks and sky that I wanted. Normally I would do cropping and tweaking after stitching the exposures together to produce a traditional rectangular image, but I liked the way this image looked in “raw” state and decided to leave it as is…