Our time living on this beautiful property in Norfolk is coming to an end. Last night we braved the bugs to enjoy one of our last sunsets on the dock, and I took a few photos. All of these were taken with my Canon 5dII and Canon 24-70f/2.8L lens. Each one is a 6-shot HDR stack.
We had a beautiful week in March, so I thought I would go spider hunting and see what I could find. Unfortunately the spiders were sparse, but there were a few interesting items.
We saw this beautiful snake in our yard the other day. I believe it is a Northern Rough Greensnake. Unfortunately it was hurt rather badly, so I didn’t bother it too much. Hopefully it survives the spring.
Here are a few of the Milky Way shots I got in Stonewall, Colorado this past October. All photos were taken with my Canon 5dII and the Canon 24-70f/2.8L. I did take some shots with my Rokinon 14mm, but the results were less than satisfactory.
This is a full 180 degree panorama, going from horizon to horizon. You can see Pleiades in the top right.
This was an experiment. Expose on the milky way, then zoom in at the end of the exposure