Some long-exposure photography last night while a bright, full-ish moon was out.
Checking out Lakeshore State Park during a lovely cloudy June day.
Me walking back to the camera at the end of the timelapse (start of video). I wedged the lens cap under the front of the battery grip and the camera’s strap precariously under the back of it to “perfectly” work as my makeshift tripod.
Was up way too early so I headed to Bradford to capture the sunrise.
It was a cold May morning (not quite 50 F when I arrived), but this meant very few people would be around. Especially nice while leaving my camera setup on the bridge for half an hour.
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Below are some of the horse fence photos I took in Richfield, Wisconsin at a white 4-rail Buckley Steel Board Fence install. This is a top-of-the-line horse fence my Dad invented.
You can see all of the photos in the album.