Monday, September 1, 2014

Photo Friday: Warmth

by the campfire... one of my favorite places.
(Nikon D5100, 1/10s, f4.2, ISO 1600)

Friday, February 7, 2014

Endless Rivets

Rivets on Locomotive #833. (Nikon D5100)

Sunday, October 13, 2013


Taken at the 2013 Ohio Renaissance Festival.
(Nikon D5100, 250mm)
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Saturday, August 10, 2013

Oh Hail!

A storm over western Nebraska that dropped hail all over I80.
Taken with iPhone at f/75mph.

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Here Bully Bully

(Nikon D5100, f/6.3, 1/250, ISO400)
Taken at the Weber County Fair in Ogden, UT.  The bull had already flung the rider and now was chasing the guy who was supposed to get the bull away from the rider. (I think)  I could have probably used a higher shutter speed to freeze the action a little better.  But I like the shot anyway so here it is.

The title, by the way, is what the guy had written on the back of his red shirt.

And this is what happened shortly after the first photo.  Everyone was alright.

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Seneca Lake Sunset

This photo was taken while on vacation in the Finger Lakes on the east bank of Seneca Lake.  No, it's not a real bird but I thought it added some interest to the already amazing colors of the sunset.  I haven't edited this photo - right out of the camera. (Nikon D5100, 1/400, f/5.6, ISO100)

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Photo Friday: Clingman's Spring

(Nikon D5100, f/5.6, 1/400sec)

Spring has begun on Clingman's Dome 6643ft above sea level in the Great Smoky Mountains.  The road was only open yesterday - closed again due to snow/ice.  So a part of springtime at Clingman's is the ice melting which it was doing all over.  There are small bluffs that are covered in ice.  Some parts have icicles and in other places it just looks like miniature glaciers.

This photo was taken about 330ft below the peak where the sun had initiated a mass ice melt.  Took several shots to get the drip.  I think the drip itself could be more in focus, but I liked the photo overall.

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The golden curve or golden ratio is based on the Fibonacci sequence of numbers that creates a mathematical formula for how we often view beauty. What is represented on this blog is not always 1.618, but is a pursuit of the intersection of mathematical logic and natural perception.

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