Now theres a few pictures in there that are top notch!You know I'm not big on the blurry ones but them others are award winners!Now if their were just some stones in there to give it that Callanish feel they'd be right downright haunting.
The Jessup of the Pines.
I know you've never been a fan of my blurry photos.
You already know how these are taken, since you've been in on a few of my photo sessions, but to explain -- the blurry sand road photos are taken from my vehicle while in motion. To me, these photographs are alive with the spirit of what it feels like to be driving back there in the dark, in the middle of nowhere, with pine after pine after pine whizzing by. Remember this one, Al?
This is the first shot taken with a vehicle in motion, from your vehicle, along a recent burn area near the Mullica River. Come on, how can you not like it?
BTW, my new field recorder did fabulously at Penn Swamp at dawn this morning, Al. I'm really excited about this one. Wildlife is semi-settled now, but a catbird put on a one-hour singing performance this morning and I was able to set up right under him. Once I get a feel for how the recorder works in relation to the recordee and where it's placed, and learning its proper gain settings, I'll be one happy camper.
It's really nice out there at night. I was all over, under last night's near-full moon, and saw not another soul. I thought I'd be half-dead when I pulled back out onto 206 at 7:30 this morning, but, instead, I was totally recharged.