Photos by the train sounds like a great idea, especially if you're going for that windblown hair look.
Always fun to hang out with and take photos for this cute 〽️ family last weekend. Great to catch up with you @adorsten7 and @secondcitywolverine and see Henry grow up! #ComCo#mgoblue
It’s amazing how many people you can fit on a couch.
Went out like this on a Saturday. Turns out it’s Halloween.
Fern-alicious [definition]: make the boys go loco. They want my treasures so they get their pleasures from my photo."
- From Fergie's Poems about Ferns.
Fern Canyon, October 2014. Nikon D800.
With all these wildfires going in the northwest US right now, it's got me thinking about this magical place in northern California. It a place called Fern Canyon. Where ferns adorn the canyon walls like luscious shag carpeting hung like tapestries. Where elk wander freely near your campsite, just steps away from the beach. Where, each evening, you sit and contemplate existence while the sun drops slowly into the ocean, and the sky opens its blue trenchcoat provocatively revealing the Milky Way to you. You look up and can't help but stare like the starry-eyed little perv you are. (I wanted to write something deep about wildfires, but then it turned into that.) #longexposure#landscape#nikon#california
Had a great weekend with these peeps back in #annarbor, well, except for that one thing. #goblue
Happy birthday to this dude, who roped me into doing in-tents stuff like camping, mountaineering and rock climbing! And even though he a-spires to be as awesome at puns as me, honestly, I think he’s peaked. Happy birthday to my Bugabro, @michael.t.fox1
Got to meet my new friend, Waverly, today! (Even though she cried when I took one of her Cheerios, and also just about anytime I made eye contact with her.) Really glad I was able to meet up with these guys this weekend, since we failed to meet up for the Michigan game! And special thanks to @hopewellbrewing for being an awesome place where out-of-town friends just magically appear!
The Houndstooth in the Bugaboos.
Taken August 12, 2017. The Bugaboos, British Columbia, CA.
Shot on a Nikon D800, at 14mm f2.8, 20s, at ISO 3200.
I really wanted to get a shot of the Milky Way the entire time we were there, but the wildfires in the area had led to pretty low air quality and limited visibility for most of the week. Compounded with the fact that the moon was only a few days past full and rising pretty soon after twilight, I was beginning to think the stars just weren't gonna align and I'd have to go home empty handed.
Throughout the week, the visibility was improving and we could see further and further, and the moon was rising later and later, so I kept holding out hope that I'd be able to get a nice shot of the night sky. Fortunately, my patience paid off. On our last night in the Bugs, after the sun had set behind the mountains and before the moon had risen, I was able to snag this shot. We were hiking back out early the next morning, but being able to get this photo added a sense of closure and completeness to our trip there, and gave me the piece of mind that hiking up with the additional weight of that camera gear was worth it.