Tag : Weather

Day 2 – La Roque-Gageac to Lyon

I was pretty excited to start day two and woke up before sunrise. I brought my heavy bag down to the lobby to find it dark and empty. I totally didn’t think of this problem. I packed my bags into the car and went back to my room for about 30min – then waited in the lobby. I probably would have been better to drive around and look for some spots while I waited, but I didn’t think it would […]

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Castle in the Sky

Day 1 – Saintes to La Roque-Gageac

I woke up Sunday morning exhausted since I was up until 5am at the wedding reception and thought we had to be out of the hotel at 10:00. This affected my willingness to take pictures throughout the day, but more about that later.  Having a good 4hr drive to get to the first hotel, I left earlier (1pm) and took the main highway further than planned. While this skipped some of the locations I mapped out, It also allowed for […]

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Banff National

The second part of my trip to Calgary took the family into Banff National Park. I had seen some great images from the area, and I assumed I would be able to get at least a few. As before, this was a family vacation, so there was little time for me to get out to take planned pictures. It will be nice if my kids start getting into photography because I would love to take them along to some of […]

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Under the Pier - Long Exposure

South Carolina – Sunset Photoshoot

On one of the first evenings in South Carolina, I was on the balcony of the hotel looking down the beach. The sun was setting inland and the beach in the far distance had that hazy orange light being cast over the blowing sand and shadowed hotels. I didn’t have the option to go out and shoot, but had two opportunities later in the week. The first evening I went out, I took my 6yr old son out with me. […]

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The Pier & Fog

South Carolina – Fog Photoshoot

I woke up to fog on the first morning of my South Carolina family vacation. It was pretty thick, and didn’t dissipate until well into the morning. I was sort of kicking myself for not going out, but I was on vacation, so I didn’t feel all that bad. The next morning we woke up to fog again, and I knew I would have to go out. I grabbed my bag and tripod, kissed the wife and kids and walked […]

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