Ghost of Summer

I’m not typically a fan of abstract photography, or artsy shots. But every now and then I find exceptions. It’s sometimes difficult during the fall to find interesting photos, because once the initial color changes are over, things are pretty drab in many places. This particular photo I liked because of the contrast between the […]

Tree Peeking

This photo stuck out to me while going through the day’s shots because of the framing. I really like the little tree visible through the wall of leaves from nearer trees. This was shot from across the small Saline river that flows through Curiss Park in Saline, Michigan. (When I used to live in Saline […]

Faded Glory

While walking home from shooting at the park, I decided to try to photograph a waving flag that had the sun behind it as it was setting. With the higher shutter speed, the movement is caught somewhat frozen, creating an interesting texture that combined with the light seeping through created an almost illustrated feel to […]

Peachy

I don’t know who planted them, but I found a few tulips growing outside of an apartment in Saline, Michigan that I lived in a few years back. I got several photos from them that I liked. The best part was that for many years as a kid, I made fun of my dad for […]

Waiting and Watching

While I’m not a huge fan of the metal park bench vs. the old wooden look, I still thought this was a nice catch with the sun and clouds as they were. This was actually right across the road from Curtiss Park, looking over Mill Pond. Download: Waiting_and_Watching-Asgard_Photography_IMG_2496.jpg Camera Settings F-stop: f/29 Exposure: 1/125 seconds ISO: […]

Goodbye Jake

On one of my trips to Curtiss Park I happened to show up the same time that a Jake the Pirate doll was floating down the Saline River. I’d never heard of Jake before, but it seemed like a great opportunity for an artsier fartsier type of photo than I usually go for. 🙂  I […]

Falling Behind

In the time I spent living in Saline, I walked the trails at Curtiss Park quite a bit. I was always fascinated by the way leaves would pile up at points in the river from time to time, it never looked like there was a reason they’d stick there with the pressure from the water.  […]