Friday, April 22, 2011

Odds and Ends

Here are some images I took the last couple of weeks. One to Three taken in Fredericton. I want to photograph the walking bridge some evening when the lights are on. Should be interesting.
Four and Five taken in St Martins.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Saint John in the Rain - April 11 2011.

While my granddaughter was at swimming last Monday evening I wandered around Market Square and Brunswick Square with my camera. Sorry about the self portrait.

I only included a couple of people pictures for the mood they convey.

Artistic Attempt

I stopped along the road near Cambridge Narrows last week in order to practice some panning shots. This is the effect I am looking for. The problem with this picture is my lens at 24 mm was not wide enough to include the tops of the trees. I could not go any further back or I would include the edge of the road. I will take this photo again with a wider angle lens next time I am by there.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Immature Bald Eagle.

I took this picture of what I believe to be a Bald Eagle this past Friday, April 15 2011. He was very patient and watched me get out of my car and move around so I had a clear view of him through the branches. After I took about 10 pictures he flew off to a less bothersome perch.

Saturday, April 09, 2011

Road Trip April 7 2011

Rob Martell and I took a road trip to St George and back through Maces Bay, Dipper Harbour and Musquash. Here are a few images from that trip.

Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Panorama - Portage Vale

I stopped along the road on the way to Elgin this past Sunday to take this two picture panoramic picture.

Saturday, April 02, 2011

Mud Lake - April 2 2011

It's no April Fools joke. We got a lot of snow yesterday. I went out to Mud Lake to see what I could capture before it all melted. Here are a few pictures from that trek. Some of these are panoramic pictures consisting of two or three images stitched together with a vertical size of 1200 pixels/inch. There was virtually no color so I converted the images to black and white.