Fast Food

Weeds aren’t the prettiest flowers, but they must taste just as good. This guy’s wings have seen better days, but he still posed nicely for a few shots. I really liked how the background came out in this – with the blurring and the color patterns. This is a good example of a shot that […]

Beeutiful

Sometimes you don’t find photos where you go, but only on the way there or back. In this case, I’d visited Walbridge Park in Toledo and didn’t really find anything I got excited about. On the way back though, I saw a bunch of flowers planted in a roundabout, so I stopped to stick my […]

Scrapped

After driving past a fenced in collection of piles like this for over a year, I finally stopped with a camera to grab a few shots. I would really love to see if I can get permission to shoot from inside the fence, though pretty often people are worried about liability with that. So this […]

Winding Water

One of these days I will get some waders. I always find shots like this that would have been so much better if I could have moved about a foot sideways into the flow. Download: Winding_Water-Asgard_Photography-IMG_1839.jpg Camera Settings F-stop: f/22 Exposure: 1/2 seconds ISO: 200 Focal Length: 70mm Location 

Roots & Water

I’ve ended up focusing on this corner a few times, while visiting the remains of the Canal Locks in Maumee’s Side Cut Park. Depending on the previous rainfall, you can get some interesting shots of the man-made waterfalls at several spots, but I really like the combination of the green and roots and water. Download: […]

Erie Winter

Another version of a similar shot I posted recently… the same corner at Magee Marsh, but after about 15 minutes, the strong wind had completely changed the cloud structure and much more blue was visible. It felt very backward, given that there is no blue in the water. This is also pulled back a bit […]

Into Darkness

As awesome as trails through woods are, there’s just something about trails through darkened woods after sunset that make you think twice before going in. Most often when I’ve visited Wildwood Park it’s been overflowing with people (it’s a popular “nature” spot for Toledo and the surrounding area) but it helps if you go during […]