Not Quite Lost

“Street” photography makes me uncomfortable because I don’t like to impose on people or invade their space. So when I do take pictures with people in them, I tend to be sneaky about it. (Which is today’s day and age is probably a recipe for disaster.) I did actually make some business cards so that […]

Reaching Out

I really like trees. They fascinate me aesthetically and philosophically. It’s actually not always easy to get a shot of them I’m really happy with, though. It’s too easy to end up with pictures that look like so many other pictures. This particular angle isn’t anything new, but I liked the layout of the branches […]

In The Open

Sometimes I get on a tree kick. I like trees. I posted another one recently that was taken a couple of years back, this one was taken more recently. No cloud overlay, either, this is what was there that afternoon. This is on the roadside on the way in to the South end of Saline, […]

Single Tree

I drive by this spot in Saline just about every week on my way to check a PO Box for my business. It’s probably the most photographed object for me in that town at this point. lol This photo is a bit of an experiment in that when I took it (a few years ago) […]

Slow Spring

Not entirely sure why, but this is one of my favorite trees at the Kensington Metropark in Michigan. (It’s on the South end of the path around the main lake where the nesting island is.) I recently took a trip there to get my season pass. I think what I like about this image is […]

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 

River Roots

The “smooth” waterfall shots always look better to me when you have something that has a hard edge contrasting within it. In this case, the roots do that a little bit at the top left. There are very few waterfalls near Toledo, so I try to visit frequently to catch different water levels and conditions. […]