The countdown begins. In just 3 days I'll be going on a 37 day trip to Japan and I'm going to be taking a lot of pictures with my Sony A7r.
This photo is from Miyajima.
This is a shot of New York City from the Statue of Liberty, or Liberty Island. It was a perfectly clear day and the city was crystal clear.
This was my first time to New York so I obviously had to visit the Statue of Liberty. I do so against the recommendations of a native New Yorker friend of mine who recommended not to do it as it will take a big chunk of time out of your day. He was right. It took a big chunk of time out of the day and I wouldn't recommend it if you have limited time in NYC, but. . . I'm still glad I did because no where else in New York City can you get a shot like this.
This was my last adventure where I shot exclusively with the Canon 5Dmkii. Taken last November while on the Canadian side of the Niagara Falls. One of the coolest things I immediately noticed when I started taking up photography is how many people you end up meeting. It just happens as you stand there waiting for the perfect time of day, you end up befriending other photographers or travelers from other countries that are just curious and excited. I met this interesting Australian while waiting for the Niagara Falls lights to come on talked to him for a long time.
Ever process some photos that you've forgotten about? I just found some New York City photos that I processed and never released. It's been a very busy year and it's nice to finally have some time off. I'm planning for next year to not be so busy so I can focus a bit more on Photography and other ambitions.
This photo was shot with the Canon 5Dmkii. Perfect timing at the perfect location.
Also known as the Horseshoe bend. It's located just south of Page Arizona near the border of Utah. This is the start of the Colorado river out of lake Powell. The area is known as the Glen Canyon. Hanging this photo on your wall could also bring you good luck. 🙂 One of the magical characteristics of horse shoes hung on walls is they hold in the good luck. They have to be facing upwards though. Often times people turn them upside down and all the luck pours out.