Waterfalls are always nice subjects for photography. It is even more interesting when you can photograph them in different ways. One way to see waterfalls in a different form is to go see them during the colder months if you can. Watching how waterfalls transform as they begin to freeze when temperatures drop is so interesting. There are opportunities to capture all sorts of unique images. The water flow changes and ice… Read More
There are a lot of nice places to explore nature near where I live. One of my favorite local spots is Steege Hill Nature Preserve from the Finger Lakes Land Trust. There are several trails to explore while at Steege Hill. The trail I like the most is the yellow trail. And this photo illustrates my favorite part of that particular trail. On this section of trail there is a persistent layer… Read More
One of the nicest places to hike in the winter is Taughannock Falls State Park. The park features a 1 mile trail that is pretty level and relatively easy to navigate even in the snow. And as a reward for braving the cold and the snow there is the 200+ foot waterfall to view at the end of the trail. The waterfall is quite a site throughout this time of year as… Read More
In the colder months I do not usually like to get up in the morning and get right outside in the freezing cold for photos. That was one of the best things about my one phot a day project last year. It inspire and motivated me to get outside my comfort zone. Literally and metaphorically. Literally crawling on the ground outside in the morning on a cold day fit right in that… Read More
Josie decided to photobomb the mini portrait photo shoot I was having with Little Kira in our yard. I called Kira towards me because I wanted to get some photos of her in motion and Josie decided she would join in on the fun.