We couldn’t spend all our time climbing fjords, so we hiked a waterfall instead! See one of Norway’s countless wonders here!
Another week, another set of photos. Do you like these weekly recaps?
As you know, I’m moving more toward 500px over Instagram, but I’m still posting several times a week to both. I have some ideas for new content; I’m going to try to start rolling some of that out soon. Stay tuned!
This first image was from Bryce National Park. I played around a bit with the coloring on this one. It isn’t quite black and white with the red tones, and I like the feel the more sepia-like treatment lends.
Some folks look at waterfalls; some photograph them. Others chase them. We climb them.
Greetings, all! I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend and that you’re enjoying the beautiful spring (or fall) weather, wherever you are.
This week was difficult to sort by my favorites, which just tells me it’s a good set.
This first image was from the top of Mauna Kea on the Big Island of Hawaii. We had ascended the famed volcano to capture sunset at its peak. Unfortunately, we didn’t realize that we’d be kicked out of the viewing area just after sundown. In the future, we’ll now know to get permission beforehand to stay late for the stars.
I did manage to capture this one image, just before we were forced to vacate. I look forward to having another go.
We have a friend. His name is Duane. He takes us on adventures. This is one of them.
The submissions for October’s musical photo challenge
Happy Friday once more! Today kicks off Day 1 of my favorite convention, Kumoricon! Look forward to many pictures from that coming soon. For now, I should probably be shooting a panel….
I wanted to try something different this week, so I experimented with grid photos! The idea is that each tile can stand on its own as a photo, but when put together, a larger picture is formed. This was fun, and while it took considerably more time to organize and plan out my posts, I’m really happy with the result. Let me know what you think!
This first one was quite simple. This was from my post this week on my very first bush plane. As you can tell, these planes are itty bitty! Read all about that adventure here.
If you don’t love waterfalls, the PNW will change that!
Read the details of my new monthly photo challenge!