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Category Archives: Night
New Year’s Eve 2012 was clear and cold in Middletown and rather than huddle beside the TV to watch Dick Clark’s postmortem Rockin’ Eve, we ventured out into the darkness of the ranch and lit a bonfire to celebrate. We … Continue reading
Shot from USF campus at Lone Mountain. 2700 block of Turk Blvd. Without a powerful telephoto lens it’s difficult to capture the moon in crisp detail as it is too bright, but for these shots I think the blurred orb … Continue reading
The morning of the latest lunar eclipse I got up at 4:30am and began to long process of capturing the moon’s transformation. It was freezing that morning, about 20 degrees. I thought I could tough it out but after the … Continue reading
As I was wrapping up my last night of shooting at the Sheep Barn I noticed the setting moon shining through the bare branches of this oak tree. It was sort of an afterthought to stop and try and get … Continue reading
Another barn, another night (or nights). This is the Sheep Barn. Originally, it was part of the ranch back when Mary Bowcher was the owner. My dad remembers shearing sheep in this barn in the ’50s when his dad, my … Continue reading
On the third and final night of shooting the Sheep Barn I wanted to focus less on the general profile of the barn and more on capturing smaller structural details. I tried to use light (both natural and artificial) in … Continue reading