On the west side of Yellowstone Lake is an interesting and colorful area called West Thumb Geyser Basin. This area is one of the many
In my last “Tips” post, I wrote about the “when” of photography, that is, when do you push the shutter button. Another important aspect of great photography is “where” you push the shutter button or the Point of View. Going up and down in the horizontal plane of the camera sensor changes the Point of View of the image.
I have been in groups of photographers that all set their tripods next to each other (especially if they are with a pro photographer) so all of their cameras are at about the same height and all pointed at the same thing. They were all going to end up with the same or very similar images. I always try to get a different image than the group. So I not only moved to another view but I did not use my tripod or drastically changed the height that I set it at.
You may have heard the recommendation
If you are looking for a slightly different way to record your travels photographically, I recommend infrared photography. There are several ways to obtain an
Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo has been one of my favorite places for many years. I volunteered as a Docent and as a Keepers’ Assistant many years ago. When we moved farther east of Tampa it was just too much of a commute to make on a regular basis on top of my 9-5 job so I gave it up. But I still like to visit every now & then, especially in the winter & spring months when the animals are more active! Lowry Park Zoo is a relatively small zoo
After a week in Maine, Andy saved one of the most iconic spots in Acadia National Park, Bass Harbor Head Light, as the final stop of our epic trip! After an afternoon stop at Asticou Azalea Garden (Part 11) and
On the last day of our week in Maine, after spending the morning in Wonderland (part 10), we had some time, so we decided to stop by an interesting garden we had passed several times in our travels around the area. Asticou Azalea Garden is in Northeast Harbor.
It is a public garden, owned and conserved by the Land & Garden Preserve. We pulled in to the tree lined parking lot, pulled out our cameras and
The next stop on our 25 hour marathon photography trip along the cost of Maine was the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge in Wells, Maine. This stop was made mostly for my benefit as Andy was concerned that we had not seen much wildlife (which I do like to photograph) so he thought
After driving through the night from our home base in Mount Desert, Maine, spending a couple of hours at Nubble Lighthouse (Part 5) and stopping along the road for Buoys & Flowers (Part 6), we arrived in Ogunquit, Maine for a bit of
During our week long visit to Maine, while driving & walking, I could not help noticing the colorful parts of the scenery! Colorful Maine came to my mind while in the woods, along the roads, on the shore & in the towns.