Another shot from the beach at Ferry Point Park in Chester, Maryland (click on the image for a larger file):
Ferry Point is a small park on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, but provided some great photo opportunities.
Another digital infrared image - I left the color intact in this one. IR converted Pentax K10D with DA 17-70mm lens.
Pam and I spent the last week touring some of the rural historical sites in Maryland. It was a fun trip and I have a few photos to sort through. Here is a snapshot taken yesterday of the Dahlgren chapel, located just off the Appalachian Trail in western MD. Click on the image for a larger file.
IR converted Pentax K10D with DA 17-70 lens.
The garden flower:
Infrared converted Pentax K10D, Tamron 90mm f2.8 macro.
I’m happy to announce that two of my photos are in the 14th annual Maryland Federation of Art’s American Landscapes Exhibit! This is the 4th American Landscapes I’m been privileged to participate in, the last being in 2008. Here are the works that I have in this year’s show:
The exhibit will be in the MFA Circle Gallery from August 15 - September 14, 2014. The Circle Gallery is located at 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. You can see the whole exhibit, digitized and on line, here.
Doing some yard work around the house today I noticed a male goldfinch eating seeds out of a sunflower. Since the sunflower was only a few feet from the driveway I pulled the car in, rolled own the window, and took a few shots…
Pentax K-3, Tokina ATX 400mm f5.6. Click on the images for a larger file.
This last one is a rather extreme crop:
One thing about cats is that they really love looking through windows. Someone once told me that to a cat, a window is like a TV. They will sit still and peer through the glass for a long time, watching the activity on the other side. My cat is no exception - here’s a snap shot of him peering through the kitchen windows.