We were making plans to stay at our friend’s farmhouse outside Benton Harbor, and hoping to meet up with friends who lived in Grand Rapids, and did our normal check on what was going on in the area, what there might be to see, and were surprised when we »
Nowadays my photography so often seems so dependent on the tripod, and I’m accompanied by a bag of lenses, that I find it’s refreshing occasionally to just head off with camera in hand and the one lens that’s on the camera. There’s less “perfection” (you live in hope) and »
My 75mm lens never even made it into my bag for Connemara, even though last year it had been one of my most used lenses. I wanted to take my 90mm and I didn’t think I had room for both. It was OK. And although my 90mm is what »
Two days before I left Ann Arbor we had the biggest snowfall of the winter. The weekend before, after the previous snowfall came and went, I could see that the snowdrops were already well advanced. Arriving in Palo Alto last Friday, the magnolia in the backyard is already losing »
I didn’t take any photos in January, apart from a token gesture at the start of the month.
Throughout the month, I kept looking out the back window, and seeing possible photos. In particular I would look at this group of Sedum sitting, not that you can tell with »
This is not the normal before and after found on a photography site. This isn’t a reference to what the camera captured and what I did to the image. Instead this is a continuation