The moon and the stars. First and foremost, I am not a night sky photographer by any means. That being said, with the full moon visible from the front yard, and the constellation Orion visible in the back, I figured why not?
In order to freeze the motion of this skier as he flys through the air, I used a fast shutter speed. Camera settings – 100 ISO, F/5.6, 200mm @ 1/1600 sec. Tuckerman Ravine. On the shoulders of New Hampshire’s Mount Washington rests one of my favorite places in all of the Granite State. For the past… Read More
Early Autumn, a flash of gold, reflections on Stonehouse Pond.