Monthly Archives: December 2015

Emotion – #WE35 Expedition July

Carnival Horse

A carnival ride horse in motion

I can honestly say that I am shocked that it is already the second week in December, where has all the time gone this year?  The first half of the year was completely occupied with a combination of keeping one of our dogs alive and getting through the broken leg recovery of the other. You can read all about that over on my personal blog.  If you throw in how busy I have been with my day job, and it is probably little wonder that I am so far behind on a few different personal projects.

The 2015 edition of the #WE35 project is no exception.  For those that follow this blog, you might remember seeing some #WE35 posts earlier in the year, for those that don’t, you can find them in the blog archives, but in a nutshell the #WE35 project involves being creative with a fixed focal length lens, a 35mm equivalent in this case.

I actually captured this image back in July, but apparently I got to busy and never actually blogged it, thus the expedition July blog post in the 2nd week of December.  Ok, you might be asking about the August through December images and blog posts now, trust me, they are coming.

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Morning Wheat

Morning Wheat

Morning Wheat

Going back to the Palouse in June for this quick blog post image of morning wheat.

 

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Five Lights

Five lights outside the Capitol Building in Olympia, WA

Five lights outside the Capitol Building in Olympia, WA

Sometimes I tend to be more “on the nose” with my image titles than others, and this time is definitely one of those times.  Simply put, these “five lights” are just outside the capitol building in Olympia WA, seemed like the perfect title to me.

That isn’t actually why I am blogging about this picture though, these five lights could be pretty much anywhere and there is nothing in this image to indicate that they are at the capitol building, I just thought the scene looked nice as I was walking around the capitol campus taking pictures a week or so ago.

If you follow my work, you know that I really enjoy shooting on the capitol campus and I generally share images that feature the more traditional buildings, things like the dome and lots of columns, but every now and then I like to look for other details to shoot, and this was one of those times.

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