right_side

HDR Category

Posted on 8 May 2010 In: B&W, HDR, Venice

Water Highway

One of the first things we encountered after getting out of the airport was the shuttle to Venice and the water highway.  Anything you find with cars in a normal city, they have with boats in Venice. The highway was a two lane strip outlined by these pillars. Boats would pass each other and go […]

Posted on 6 May 2010 In: HDR, Rockport

Quarry from the Ice

As you can probably tell, it was very cold in Rockport on February 14th. I was hesitant to go on the ice at first but I knew once I stepped foot on it that there was no way it was buckling. It was at least a foot thick. I took this picture by putting the camera […]

Posted on 26 Apr 2010 In: HDR, Worcester

Snowboard 180

Here is an HDR of Endi attempting a 180. As per usual with any picture of Endi, he fails at it. Luckily we don’t see that but readers of the blog know the truth. This is how we practiced before we found the mini terrain park at Wachusett Mountain.

Posted on 23 Apr 2010 In: HDR, Sunderland

Mount Toby

Klaus and I went on a photo hike to a col mountain he knew about. My sister and her roommate joined us for the hike. True to Klaus he wasn’t really sure where it was so we just drove around for about 30 minutes until we eventually found the parking lot….like the sketchiest parking lot in existence. Anyway, the […]

Posted on 22 Apr 2010 In: HDR, Rockport

Lonely Tree

I wonder how cities and towns get their name and who gets to decide what a place is called. For example, who came up with Worcester for a city name??? Well, one place I know for sure how it got it’s name. One look at the beach and you can see why this place is […]

Posted on 12 Apr 2010 In: Arlington, HDR

Post

While driving to Virginia for Steve’s Wedding, Liz and I stopped at a few places along the way. One of those places was Arlington National Cemetery. This was one of the pictures Liz took. She was experimenting with the 50mm Macro Lens at F2.8 which produced the photo above.

Posted on 8 Apr 2010 In: Gettysburg, HDR

Musketeer

Back in the old days of gun fighting, before rifled barrels, soldiers would line up in a formation that would send lead balls down the battlefield in groups. If they all shot at once it would be like a makeshift shotgun scattering bullets in all directions hoping once makes contact. Crazy how far technology progress […]

Posted on 1 Apr 2010 In: HDR, Worcester

Icicles

Near my house in Worcester, MA there is a hidden gem known as Cascade Park. Here you can find small cascades flowing down which makes for great pictures. I visited the park during winter one day when I was bored and snapped a few pictures, This is a close up of the ice before I […]

Posted on 31 Mar 2010 In: HDR, Lorum

Lorum Caverns

On or way home from the Wedding, Liz and I passed billboards for various caverns for about 100 miles while driving up Virginia. We decided that we should stop at one because it might be interesting. Well it turned out to be very cool and it was a self guided tour so we rushed through […]

Posted on 30 Mar 2010 In: Gettysburg, HDR

Cannons

While walking around Gettysburg on foot this was one of the sites we got too. We had arrived in Gettysburg late the previous night and went to the grounds even though they were closed. It was hard to see and navigate without a map but one of the things we managed to find was cannons […]