A quick catch up post on the last couple days:
This is a shot of a tree trunk chandelier in the Sacramento airport. It's a pretty interesting piece to look at and it's part of their new terminal that also has a giant rabbit in it. I didn't notice this as I was shooting it, but two of the lights are out which bother me and it's pretty much all I can see now. To shoot this I used a super clamp and ball head mounted to a hand rail to shoot straight up and get a sharp image. I had packed the tripod in my checked luggage so that was my only option!
This day was my first scramble day to make an image as our travel put us in very late the previous night and I had a lot of work to catch up on. Then I spotted a flock of geese hanging out on a partially frozen lake near the house. Shot this one late in the afternoon, I like the reflections and texture of the ice, though I'm not in love with the color. Everything outside right now is brown, ugh.
Another bit of a scramble this day, but lucked out on a great sunset and a timely train. This one second exposure gives you an idea of how fast the this training was moving. Had to have been over 100 mph!
First black and white entry for the project and also the first HDR image. I downloaded the trial software of Photomatix (an HDR conversion program). This shot was taken on a hike behind the Princeton Battlefield State Park. I like the clouds and the corn stalks in the foreground. The history of that area is quite impressive, you should check it out!
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