Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Historic Gruene Texas

 I'm staying at my son's currently in New Braunfels.  It is just down the road from historic Gruene Texas.  These are just a few of the photos.  Most of HDR and one is a stack to get the depth of field I wanted.


Thursday, November 18, 2021

Bighorn Canyon

My brother and I took off from his cabin in MT on the 29th and didn't really see much.  It was raining a lot.  We got to Lovell, WI and stayed in a flee bag hotel.  Woke up early the next day, the 30th, and drove to Bighorn Canyon which is back in MT.  These are my five best photos of the canyon.


Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Guadalupe River

Drone footage flying up the Guadalupe River at River Road near New Braunfels

Monday, November 15, 2021

Faust Street Bridge

I got back to my son's place in New Braunfels November 2nd but then got COVID for I've been mending the past few weeks. I have lots to share with the trip back south but for now, this is a project that I've sorta worked on the past few days. Hope you enjoy it.

Friday, October 22, 2021

Moose, Stars, and Geese

Sep. 22

Almost every morning is spectacular here. This is an HDR image from this morning.

Sep. 20

This is 265 frames of a moonrise. Each frame is a HDR merge of three images taken at f-stop offsets of -1, 0, and -1. Live and learn. There are several things I would do different but it is still neat to watch

Sep. 19

We've been cleaning the garage and other chores before winter comes.  But today I took some time and capture some geese arguing amongst themselves.  I find this really cute.  No great art here but it's fun to me.

We also saw a moose nearby:

Oct 17

An early morning "stroll" with the drone:

Oct 12

Scaling the tall trees by the house:

Oct 11
First try at capturing the night sky:

Sunday, October 10, 2021

National Bison Range

We started off from my brother's place near Kila, MT, went and had breakfast at Sykes Diner:

We took the path towards Hot Springs by turning right at Elmo, MT.  Just a little ways outside we found a flock of Big Horn Sheep:

The National Bison Range was a bit of a disappointment.  We saw a few bison up close but the herd was far off and only seemed to be a few dozen.

We also saw a few deer and some coyotes.  I guess the biggest plus was some of the wide open panoramas that we saw:

Here is our track for the day: