Archive for November, 2009
I haven’t done a moon photo in a while and this one reminded me of the Rodgers and Hart class:
Blue Moon, you saw me standing alone
Without a dream in my heart
Without a love of my own
I’ve been wanting to try so long exposure photography for a while now so I set my camera to manual 30 second exposure, grabbed the tripod and set out on the ranch in the dark.
Since there were stars out and some interesting clouds, I started with the night sky. This is facing North (approx) on the front of the property.
This one is a tree in the moonlight. Again, a 30 second exposure. Once I began to process it, I did a duo-tone process that seemed to turn out rather well.
I’ve tried to stay on my back a bit today, but did get a little bit of cooking done. Here’s a couple of shots from my cooking escapades today.
I saw some great shadow coming through the blinds on to my old acoustic guitar so I grabbed the camera and started shooting.
It’s back to the flowers tonight. Here’s a little group of white ones.
Yup…there’s nothing better than titling a post after a Led Zepplin song. (It’s actually ‘Misty Mountain Hop’, but it was close enough) Woke up to take the dog out this morning and saw this wonderful fog, so I grabbed the camera. I only had about 5 minutes of shooting before it burned off.
Here’s a Project 365 pic that harkens back to my Miksang Pattern and Texture photos.
Problems with my back have meant the last few days of Project 365 have been less than impressive. Tonight, I gritted my teeth and think I did a little better. Any chess players out there?
Here’s an odd combination, but I promise you they were taken within 5 feet of each other.