The last couple of months have been crazy and I have been traveling a lot, which is the reason why I have not been able to add fresh content to the site more often. The last two weeks, in particular, were exhausting and I am finally home – that’s after 6,000 miles of driving across the Western USA. Started out in Yellowstone, then went north to Glacier, then visited both Olympic and Mount Rainier in Washington, then ended up in Yosemite and Mono Lake. The purpose of the trip was to photograph landscapes and wildlife, while having a relaxing time with the nature – so it was more of a vacation than a photo shoot. I scouted for new locations and spots, and took the time to explore new places that I have never visited before, so it was a great learning experience. I had the Nikon D5100 with me all along, so another camera review will be posted soon, hopefully by the end of this week. A comprehensive 50mm test with lots of comparisons is also coming up.
Aside from loss of some photographs (more on that on the next post), the trip was great. During the next few weeks I will be working on the images from this and other trips earlier this year and post some images, along with some tips, as usual. Here is one of the images from the trip:
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