Earlier this week I had a job in Thompsonville, Michigan, up near Sleeping Bear National Lakeshore. I was driving up the road when around the bend this mountain of fall color appeared. I love how the field of grass, evergreen trees and burst of color rising above it.
In July my wife and I celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary. Part of that trip included a trip to Pictured Rocks National Park in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. There are many other attractions other than the cliffs overlooking Lake Superior, but in today’s blog, I will just include photos of the cliffs.
I love photography and love to try to create pictures that capture what I saw. Of course God’s creation is far superior than what I can capture in an image. This is my humble attempt to manipulate the light and capture what my memory thinks it saw.
A few more photos taken from our trip to Cleveland back in August. These photos show a railroad bridge on a towpath trail, Brandywine Falls in Cuyahoga National Park, and ivy growing up a wall in downtown Akron, OH.
After going to Edgewater Park in Cleveland, we went hunting a freighter on the Cuyahoga River in downtown Cleveland.
Last weekend, my son and I took a trip to Cleveland to make some photographs with my friend David laurence. His web site and even some images from this same adventure are located at this site http://www.imgbydavid.com. There will be more posts to follow, but for now, here are some pics taken at Edgewater Park In Cleveland.
This is the first of what I hope to be many time-lapse. I am waiting for warmer weather to try this. I do have a few project ideas in mind.
This is an experiment that I decided to try this morning. This is the first attempt. It involved taking a picture of the light bulb and then it involved post production in Photoshop. After starting the project, I realized to do it right, I would have to buy a few objects and even do some minor construction. It would have been cheaper to purchase a photo of a light bulb. However, I learned some technical things and loved the challenge of making due with what I could find. By the way, light bulbs are hard to clean!
Note the message in the filament, Jesus is the light of the world. Jesus refers to himself in many ways, one of them is as the light of the world. The depth of this statement goes beyond what I can put on this page, but in a darkened world, even one that doesn't know it's in darkness, needs Jesus.
While shooting light bulbs, I have this one as well. David brought this one for a light project he did. You can see the filament reflecting on the back side of the glass which makes it difficult to see the detail. The spiral is the filament on this bulb.