Street Photography Challenge
We’re wrapping this up this week. Make sure your submissions are in!
Hip to be Square
Exploring the Louisville, Kentucky area was pretty awesome. It seemed to have a lot of different history in the different districts, and interesting buildings about. I didn’t have a tripod, but sometimes not having a certain piece of equipment gets you to shoot a little different, and try some new things.
Lights of the Clark Bridge
Well this weekend I’m off again, heading down to Memphis, TN. I’ll have three nights there, so plenty of time to get out and see a few new sights, take a few photographs.
Last week while I was in Louisville, KY, I had a pretty good idea of a couple of shots that I really wanted to get. One of them was this one, below, downtown Louisville and reflections on the Ohio River. This photo was actually taken from Indiana, and I really didn’t mean to get here when I did, as I was not agreeing with the directions given by my GPS I ended up on this side of the river completely by accident. I didn’t even have my tripod with me! Luckily, there was a nifty post stuck by the river bank, just big enough for me to prop my camera bag on, and my camera on top of that. It looks a lot darker than it actually was in my phone camera photo above, but you can see the faint outline of my camera set up waterside.