November 3 Moon
I love my new Tamron 150-600mm lens for getting lunar pics.
Fall in the Gardens
3 minute long exposure with 10 stop ND filter allowing for motion in the Japanese Maple leaves and leaf movement in the water.
Not again, Atlanta's on fire
No luck in capturing the solar eclipse. The clouds moved in about an hour before it was to start. This was taken a 7:12pm as we were walking down Stone Mountain.
Sunset from Stone Mountain
"Known But To God"
Honor Guard watching over the Tombs of the Unknown Soldiers
Honor Guard Crossing
Arlington Purple Heart
Peggy's Cove Lighthouse, before, after the storm
Long exposure image of 60 seconds that helps depict the cloud movement and mistyness of the wave action.
Bringin' home the bacon
Puffin returning to the nest with takeout. Not tack sharp but it's the only one I got with fish showing.
Hiding in the weeds
This young boy was sitting in the tall grasses just off the beach while watching his brothers and father surf.
Lawrencetown Beach surfer
Afternoon of shooting Lawrencetown Beach, NS surfers on the swells of a tropical storm.
Taking a break
Surfing has got to be tiring.
Lawrencetown Beach, NS Canada
His mom says he has a bit of clown in him. Shot taken at the Halifax Public Gardens.
Looking up, dead center of the dome. Black & white conversion in Silver Efex Pro2.
Fisheye in a Round Church
I took out the Lensbaby Fisheye to capture this view of the Round Church, St. George's Round Church Halifax NS. Sasha the yellow lab can be seen laying down in the sanctuary.
Started at 35mm and pulled out to near 70mm.
Stained Glass Zoom
This took a lot of test shots but finally got it. St. Paul's Anglican Church Halifax NS.
Section of the organ pipes of St. Paul's Anglican Church Halifax NS.
Low Key Ceiling Light
Peggy's Cove Lighthouse by Full Moon
The full moon spoiled my attempt to get a picture of the lighthouse in the foreground of the Milky Way.
Waterline reflection of the boat "Harbor Mist" in Peggy's Cove.
William de Garthe Lobsterman
William de Garthe sculpted an entire elements of the Peggy's Cove fishing village into a granite rock. This is just one of the portrayals.