While in my 2003 Arches folder yesterday, I found images of a tree that was no longer standing by Balanced Rock when we visited last year. It proves the point that we need to shoot it when we see it! I would have loved another chance to shoot the tree in sweet light but at least I was able to document it.
Balanced Rock Tree – converted to B/W using Photoshop’s B/W adjustment layer.
Tech info: 15mm lens on a Canon 10D.
I didn’t see Cleo climb inside the barbed wire tree but he needed help getting out. I think he finds it hard to believe it’s already time to pack up all the decorations so he’s staging a protest. 🙂
My favorite line from the movie “Miracle on 34th Street”.
Another lensbaby shot. This time using a creative disc that turns highlights into hearts.
A sequence of shots showing the fun you can have photographing in low light. The first image was a straight shot holding the camera as steady as I could. The rest are a result of shaking and slightly moving the camera in multiple directions. I wouldn’t say I never use a tripod but photography is so much more fun without it 🙂
Walking around the house quickly to find something to post today, I notice a small white spot on a little Mesquite I just planted. The super macro setting on my Canon S5 revealed an alien creature 🙂
When I saw this fallen tree and the fantastic clouds, I instantly knew I wanted to mirror the scene. Shot at last light with a Canon 5D (IR converted).