A frequent sight while walking home from work, partners getting back together for a date after a long work day. Given the sun being low and shining from the west, I assume this was me taking the picture after work, not dating (married) and from the looks of it this was over by the South... Continue Reading →
Yes there is beautiful snow, yes the drifts make an awesome spectacle during sunset, yes our backyard looks like winter wonderland and yes my fingers felt like they were ready to fall off within those two minutes while I took this picture with my phone, which literally froze in that temperature as its battery completely... Continue Reading →
Autumn sunsets in the middle of maple forest don't have to be shot in color in order to become an onslaught onto your senses.
Autumn leaves and colors are one of the reasons why fall is my most favorite season, bar none. I took a quick ride through the Morton Arboretum on the way from work to check out, if the trees have turned their colors. Not quite there yet, but there definitely are signs. One more week and... Continue Reading →
Winter solstice is approaching fast, days are getting shorter and shorter, so as I was testing my new lens in the backyard, more on that in another post perhaps, the sunset crept up on me fast. All it took was one snap, which looked OK, but then I had decided to take it into ON1... Continue Reading →