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 […]

Not Quite Immortal

When editing this, I realized that I don’t think I’ve ever seen a “new” looking statue in a garden. They all look like something out of a horror movie, or maybe some British scifi tv show. I’m not a fan of horror, but something about the aging garden statues made of stone really captures my […]

Winter Arms

I’d gone to the park when I saw it was snowing out… I wanted to try out my new camera hood I’d gotten a few months earlier. (Typically for shooting at waterfalls, to protect from spray, but works for snow pretty good as well.) However, it had almost stopped snowing by the time I got […]

Wet Woods

My first trip to a park with my camera during the Corona virus quarantine… didn’t end up being relaxing because everyone and their brother was there, and nobody was trying to stay distant from each other. Made me cranky. However, I was able to climb into the woods off the side of the road to […]

Bare Fall

My favorite tree at Wildwood Park in Toledo… I’m not sure if I’ve posted a similar photo before, I know I’ve gotten a few different shots of this same tree at different seasons and with different framing. It’s on the edge of a small rolling hill, and really stands apart from the other trees it’s […]

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 […]

Nobody Sees Me

I’m not entirely sure if he thought I couldn’t see him… maybe he forgot he’d grown that rack on his head that kind of stuck out from all the green. I really liked this shot because when I see it I feel like both the deer and the viewer are both hiding and spying on […]