Alone Time

The local government decided to rope off access to one of the better photography destinations in the area for some reason. I decided it wasn’t worth risking dealing with police, so just took some photos from the overlook. It was very disappointing after driving several hours to get there. Not everyone worried about the signage […]

Summer Colors

The problem with finding drama to photograph in nature is that it always ends up being on days where it’s rough being there…. this day was incredibly hot. I don’t think I lasted more than 30 minutes on the trails.  Download: Summer_Colors_Asgard_Photography_IMG_9477.jpg Camera Settings Camera: Canon EOS 80D F-stop: f/10 Exposure: 1/200 seconds ISO: 100 […]

Duck Duck Goose

Ok, it’s not a goose. But nobody ever played duck duck swan.  I was surprised to see all of these birds chilling together – every time I’ve seen swans on the water, they chase away any other birds that get too close. Maybe the ducks raised this one? DOWNLOAD: Duck_Duck_Goose_Asgard_Photography_IMG_8198.jpg Camera Settings Camera: Canon EOS […]

Vines and Trees

I’d gone for shots along the beach, but took this on my way back to the car. (Honestly, I’ve not had much luck on the Lake Erie shoreline… it’s too baren or dead looking most times I’ve been there.) But we didn’t have vines like this back up north when I was growing up, playing […]

Sunset Flight

At first I thought it was dust on the lens, when I got back to edit this. Turns out the bugs are just much more numerous and visible at the right time during the evening.  My lens wasn’t quite big enough to get as close as I would have liked for this shot, but I […]

Duck Log

When you can be eaten by fish, it’s best to sleep while not floating. Toward the end of an afternoon sweating my way around Kensington park, I found these guys settling in for a rest. I’m not sure how many babies they managed to fit onto that log, but it was impressive. These kinds of […]