From the monthly archives: "February 2012"

Today’s Photo (Video):  The View North

I have taken so many time lapses facing south and trying to get the Milkyway and planets that I have neglected the opposite side of the compass. I decided this past weekend, purely at the last minute, to set up for another few hour time lapse. My goal was to …Continue Reading Here…

I don’t know why it is that, when I get back home, everyone asks to see photos of where I have been.  I guess that is a good thing and a bad thing.  It is good because I know that everyone expects to see some pretty cool stuff and if I was not doing a good job, they wouldn’t ask.  On the other side, I only have a small amount of time to get them processed.

Windy Idaho Sunset

Today’s Photo:  Windy Idaho Sunset

I took this shot from the top of a parking garage about three blocks from the Idaho State Capital.  I did not know it could be that windy anywhere.  It had to have been a constant 30 – 40 mph winds.  It was blowing hard enough to shake the camera on the tripod.  For anyone who has used a Manfrotto 055XPROB you know that the camera attaches right at the top of the legs…and the camera still shook.  I finally had to resort to leaning against is to get it still enough for a bracket.  Forget getting more than the three auto brackets.  It would have shifted while I was trying to change settings.

Clouds After the Storm

Today’s Photo:  Clouds After the Storm

I found these clouds right at sunset and just after a pretty good long storm broke up.  This has been one of the craziest winters I can remember.  I don’t know of any other that has gone back and forth …Continue Reading Here…

A Little Church

Today’s Photo:  A Little Church

I have been doing good keeping up with my series of churches.  I hope I don’t run out soon though.  You never know if you will be able to find enough churches in the south.  I don’t remember the name of this church.  It is just a small building …Continue Reading Here…

Idaho State Capital

Today’s Photo:  Idaho State Capital

I spent a couple of days in Boise Idaho this past week.  I was able to sneak in a few hours of photography both downtown and in the mountains. I did a little research before leaving and was hoping to get a shot of the capital building.  I was blessed …Continue Reading Here…

Eighty Eight

Today’s Photo:  Eighty Eight

Today brings another photo from the Old Car City USA.  I was trying to remember where in the junk yard I found this, but could not.  I don’t think it was in the Ford or Chevy only sections.  Once again my lack of car knowledge has bested me.  I think the Eighty Eight is a Ford.  If you know, leave a comment.

McCormick and Schmicks

Today’s Photo: McCormick and Schmicks

There are tons of cool looking buildings in downtown Atlanta. I was able to spend a little while capturing them a couple weeks ago. This is the McCormick and Schmicks which is the corner of the CNN center building. If you like seafood, it is actually pretty good.

Distant Silo

Today’s Photo: Distant Silo

This was another of those shots that I found driving down the road. It was really just by luck. Most of the time, I have one eyes to the sunset and don’t pay attention to what is going on to the east. However, I happened to look the other way and to my surprise, I saw this.

Climbing the Wall

Today’s Photo:  Climbing the Wall

I was intrigued by this wall when I first saw it.  It is on the outside of an abandoned warehouse building.  It is hard to believe that one of the walls of the building has fallen down and this wall, with its …Continue Reading Here…

The Cow and a Tree

Today’s Photo:  The Cow and a Tree

So, I was in one of those moods the other day and decided I would try to photograph everything I saw between home and town.  Once again, my wife was not in the best of moods while I was doing this.  I think she may have even threatened …Continue Reading Here…

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