Last Thursday I traveled to Universität Bonn on a field trip. Students from my school sat in on lectures ranging a variety of topics, and we later attended presentation for prospective students; this was a very similar experience to the college and university visits that Junior and Senior year US high school students are oh-so-familiar with.… Read the rest
This past Wednesday I was able to pick up my new (to me) Tamron SP AF Di 90mm F/2.8 Macro 1:1 (272EN) from the Zollamt (customs)*.
I excitedly took it out for a shoot Thursday evening, but because it was too dark (low shutter speed), I had shaky hands, and the fact that I had never used this lens before, every photo taken was absolutely worthless.… Read the rest
Each day, I’m more and more convinced that I’m living in one of the most beautiful places in the world.
woodland solitude; the feeling of being alone in the woods
There’s just something about the little things in life. I love macro-photography; I love capturing the little details of our world and saving them as a still picture. Naturally this photographic interest has extended into taking photographs of garden insects as they go about their daily business.… Read the rest