Taken on a cool, damp fall day on Oberg Mountain with my trusty 100 2.8 macro. If you would be able to blow the image up pretty large, you would see me in my grey jacket upside down in the water droplet.
An oldie for sure. This was taken with my first 35mm camera, a Canon AV-1, back in the summer of 1978 with a roll of Kodachrome 64. Boy I feel old. Have been sick and not well enough to work up some of my new images. Hopefully I will get back on track next week.
Taken from the deck of a cabin we were renting a few summers back. I've done no color manipulation. What you see is how it looks on the color slide. I can still feel the cool breeze off of the lake on my face.
Not a fantastic image, but it reflects where my mind and soul are today. This was taken in Grand Marais, MN from the municipal campground looking back at the harbor and Artists Point. I dream of this some day being my home. I will be away for a few days so my next post will probably be for Macro Monday.
Taken with a Lensbaby composer with a double glass optic, the 5.6 aperature ring and the +10 macro attachment in the parking lot of the Java Moose coffee shop in Grand Marais, MN. Lots of wind and no tripod, but I like the feel anyway.