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Rusting Dignity: Forever Harbored
This picture is one of those that was almost missed all together! I was riding on the Amtrak Cascades from Seattle to Vancouver. We rounded a curve and there was this old rusting boat with a bald eagle perched on the front mast. I just happened to have my camera in my hand looking at pictures I had taken in Seattle. There is a lot wrong with the picture, but the moment and the composition was captured from a moving train through the window as the sun was beginning to set. I am really not sure why this is one of my favorites of my photos. I guess it just eludes a feeling of timelessness. I think as one ages, timelessness in itself takes on new meaning. I printed the photo as a gallery wrap, and I was very pleased with how it turned out.
A few cows and some bulls.
You almost always run into cattle while riding in the washes and trails in Arizona, here are a few we came upon.
Marbled Godwit hunting in the surf captures a Sand Crab.
Cabins in Kofa National Wildlife Refuge
While on a Jeep run in the Kofa's we stopped and visited this three cabin's, each unique in its own right. Each of these cabin's is open to the public to stay overnight and get a taste of what it would have been like back in the day.
Hummer In the Snow
I've never seen a hummingbird in the snow, so had to snap a few shots. I'm a bit disappointed with the outcome and need some advice as to what I can do better next time.
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Another surfing session at Huntington Beach, CA
Another surfing session at Huntington Beach, CA. with another UHH photography member (Mike Higgins).
FB Tube-another 20 stack-Star of Bethlehem
Another 20 shot stack of one of the Star of Bethlehem plants. These flowers are less than 1" each so this is at fairly close range.
5DIV, Canon 100 mm f/2.8 macro, 1/160 @ f/8.0, ISO 800
First Day of Spring, Louisville, KY
Taken at 12:45 am. It was still snowing and you can see the upper branches blurred due to the wind gusts. Used a tripod but had to lean it forward so there is a bit of camera shake. Just ambient lighting and minimal PP.
A few more
A few more before it snows as a reminder that spring is around the corner