Out on my run tonight, between rain drops.
The end of the road (beach) on the South Banks.
or just the Tacomas
the tide was perfect for shell hunting
Then over to the lighthouse
We cooked dinner and watched the sunset
Then we headed back to find a place to camp for our 6:30am ferry.
Well crap, thunderstorm warning, lightning, and wind. We slept (or tried) in the truck cab till about 12:30am and gave up and set-up the Flippacs.
Rainy day macros in the yard.
A Fit and rain.
The problem with Spring Break in early March
yep snow in South Carolina
and saying goodbye to Steph…. twice.
We dropped her off at Charlotte and drove away, we had checked the flight during lunch and all was good… then to find out a 2 hour delay in Charlotte meant she would miss her connection and no hope of a later flight, so we turned around and drove her to Greensboro, and a later flight, but hopefully she gets home tonight!
Joe Lavine from Profoto drops an olive into a glass to photograph the splash while demonstrating flash duration.
My kind of lunch…. I wish.
My night. Was supposed to drive to Fairfax, VA – but a band of thunderstorms and hail.
I rarely pull over and into underpass, but this time…
That yellow band was my route… nope – turned around and went home!
A full moon in February is called a snow moon. Adding to the excitement was a lunar eclipse – not an awesome total eclipse. but the moon passes through enough shadow (called the penumbra) to create a noticeable darkening on the left side – this photo is the peak.
I spent some time looking for a foreground…
but with a 500mm Mirror lens, the moon was not big enough for the depth of field to work…
Fog covers my yard.
Leaving work again…
Kodak loves the sleet, we did not get the 7-9 inches of snow, we got 2 inches of sleet after rain.
In fact overnight ice build up collapsed my Tacoma’s parking spot.