I hit up Caribou and Presque Isle today, just cuz an met up with my friend, Kasey for lunch. On the drive home I decided to pull over and take a few pictures.
My next stop! Lupins on the side of the road.
After the lupins, I made a quick pit stop at an abandoned building for a few snaps.
Old Trucks and even older Fire Trucks was the next stop on the side of the road. I have myself less than 10 mins to shoot what I wanted. Forces me to be innovated and an economy of shots!
My last stop was a few pictures of an old red barn in Van Buren.
Moose! This is a little one. This is a scanned photo, in fact, I had my old film Rebel with me this day.
No words needed: nature
When I came back from New Mexico, I had gotten a new lens – since I hike, and need to haul water, etc with me. I wanted a more “all in one” lens. I picked up a Tamron 18-270mm. It’s a midgrade lens, and sometimes you get some noise. The editing program I use though, I can easily get rid of the noise. This is one of my first shots with it. I really love the lens.
ECHO! The newest addition to our family (and the LSAT for a while) – yeah, if ONLY she stayed this size!
A lot about photography is about timing, and sometimes luck! I was lucky to spend time in the MidCoast area, and the rainbow shots were 1000% luck of timing.
Taken on the night shot – nothing fancy, sometimes the auto settings are a good place to start – Thanks for checking these out
While I know The Hunger Games is the hottest thing on the block, I have a feeling when Carrie Ryan’s Forest of Hands and Teeth series does make it to the big screen, if the casting is done right and the zombies, yes, the ZOMBIES are done with perfection – it might not be of HG proportions, but it will be close (if done right). For some reason, while I love the HG I adored FoHaT because I live in a place where there are trees, everywhere and the setting could very well be MY back yard. I could see the Forest that Mary spoke of, so one day when riding 4-wheeler I took a few pictures that reminded me of that novel. If you haven’t read it, I suggest you do