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Court of the Patriarchs at Zion in Utah
Court of the Patriarchs in Utah’s Zion National Park 

 

 

Those of you who have followed this photoblog know how impressed I was when I visited Utah during my 28-day cross-country trip in September.  This photo is from Zion National Park.  The Court of the Patriarchs is very easy to reach—maybe a 1-2 minutes very easy hike from the road.  

Nikon D200, 18 mm (27 equiv), f 8, 1/250,  1/3 stop overexposed, ISO 400

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Name That Flower!

Name That Flower!

 

O.K……..so I’m not a botanist…….but I do love flowers.  I captured this image at the Worcester, MA Flower and Patio Show at the end of February.  Most of my shots were roses, but I got this one, as well, and I didn’t note its name.  Maybe one of our photographers or readers can help me out.  I loved the vibrant colors, and the unusual form.  Most of all, I loved the image of springtime (summer?) that it conjures up for me.

Nikon D200, 93mm, 1/60, Flash, ISO100, f5.0

 

 

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Little Rock Arkansas Sunset

Little Rock Arkansas Sunset

 

I thought I’d download a few more photos from my cross-country trip this past September.  This is a view of Little Rock.  When I got there, I spent the first couple of hours finding this bridge and getting ready for what I hoped would be a glorious sunset.  I think I lucked out.  

Data:  Nikon D200, ISO 1000, focal length 33mm, 1/20 sec.

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The Hope and Promise of President Barack Obama

The Hope and Promise of President Barack Obama

 

This photograph represents, for me, not only the hope and promise which is inherent in the Presidency of Barack Obama, but also the hopes, dreams, and optimism of the American people and people from around the world.

In Barack Obama, I feel that we have a dynamic, compassionate individual whose wisdom, intelligence, and willingness to listen to others will be essential in confronting the enormous problems that confront America and the entire world. With the support, sacrifice, and work of the American people, it is my hope that President Obama will lead us into a brighter future, one in which people of all colors, races, religions, ethnic origins, and life choices, live in mutual respect. I look to a more peaceful world, one in which the greatness of America is manifest by the elimination of poverty and by the establishment of equal opportunity for all.

The photograph, then, looks toward the future in a very optimistic way, and, therefore, represents the fulfillment of all the hope and promise which is embodied in our new President, Barack Obama.

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Boston Skyline Featuring Zakim-Bunker Hill Bridge

Boston Skyline Featuring Zakim-Bunker Hill Bridge

This, again, is the Boston Skyline, but this time you can see the Leonard P. Zakim-Bunker Hill Bridge on the right.  That’s also Boston’s  famous Old North Church behind the bridge.  Finally, off to the left is Boston Garden (actually named the TD Banknorth Garden.)  This is my second attempt at an HDR (High Dynamic Range) image, but it’s actually only one image with a faux HDR look, courtesy of Redynamix, Photoshop Elements 6.0, and Picassa 3.1.  I know that it’s a bit on the artistic/creative side, but the original was rather plain, and not too inspiring.  I enjoyed creating this version.  The original data is as follows:

Nikon D200, ISO 100, exposure of 8.0 seconds at f5.6, +2/3, focal length of 170 (255–35mm equivalent)

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Boston Skyline

Boston Skyline

This was my first attempt at HDR (High Dynamic Range) imaging. I used Dynamic Photo HDR (3.43) –from Mediachance.com to combine two photos which I took on a weekend at the Hyatt Regency Harborside in Boston.  One photo was taken at a low Kelvin temperature (and came out mostly blue–with a bit of purple).  The other had a high Kelvin temperature and came out with a pinkish-orange glow.  This is the result. 

Data:  Nikon D200, ISO 100, f 7.1, 48mm, 3 seconds, 1/3 stop underexposed

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seagull-in-sunset1 

My Nikon D200 and I captured this seagull on my way to Mt. Washington a couple of weeks ago.  The sky was grey, and I decided that he (or she) would look considerably better against a colorful sky.  Hence, I went back to a sunset I had taken a couple of years ago, and did a cut and paste to combine the two images. 

Settings for the seagull were the following:  focal length:  135mm, f 10.0, esposure of 1/500, ISO 320.

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