Another week has flown by! This one was really crazy, following Thanksgiving last week. On top of wrapping up Kumoricon pictures, there’s no time to slow down!
I did a few more grid photos this week on Instagram. How do you like them?
This first one was from the train ride to Denali National Park. I’m a sucker for reflections, and those low clouds added an extra dynamic.
Next is a photo from my 3rd day backpacking in the Alaskan bush. This day saw our first true bear encounters, and though it was really windy, it was a very rewarding day. Read the first installment here.
Next, back to Hawaii for this one. This sunset picture was taken atop the summit of Mauna Kea. It’s a different world up there.
I really struggled with choosing my favorites out of these top three. I love the abstract nature of this photo, made only with a single motion while taking the long exposure. I’m quite happy with how it turned out.
One photo had to bubble to the top, and I ultimately couldn’t help but choose this one, despite its technical flaws. This was one of my very favorite photos ten years ago, and I still love it today. I love the colors and the rapt attention of my stalwart subject, Zoe. You can see more examples of how my photography has changed (or not) over the past decade here.
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