Finally some sun at Mt Tabor during the bike races. It made for some interesting lighting, but still not quite ideal for the shots I want.
This is what my Sunday has been. Barely outside. ugh.
First thing out my front door, a purple flower. Photographing something at night with flash produces some interesting backgrounds that don’t require much in the way of processing but tend to be underexposed.
Another rainy day in Portland.
Racing season on Mt Tabor has started, but the lighting for sport photography wasn’t the greatest. It’s challenging to capture the movement in such low light without using a flash.
Just some columbine in the morning light. I should get out earlier to take advantage of these morning golden hours.
She returns in the early morning light for breakfast. Mmmm, sugar-water.
I never grow tired of watching the humbird right outside our front door. It’s so hard to get an action shot of a bird the size of large grape that moves at 99% the speed of light.
Banana for scale.
“Show my good side, no wait, this side, this side, this light, here, now, now, now, here. BLUE STEEL”. Red-breasted Nuthatch