Had to try my infrared camera as well. These take a lot of editing after you do the shoot. Here are the best ones...
Saturday, October 22, 2016
I have wanted to go here for years. It is America's oldest junkyard. There are miles of trails and thousands of old cars. They have just been left over the decades, and some even have trees growing through them. I am working on a video for this place too, but I don't have it ready yet. I will add to this post once it is ready, but here are the photos for now!
I did not get the chance to go into the water at this sinkhole in the Gainesville, FL area. The lines were too long and cost too much for how crowded it was. It was the last day of summer before the kids go back to school, so maybe another time would be better. Here are a few photos from the top.
Thursday, October 13, 2016
I recently bought a GoPro camera and got to use it for tubing down the Ichetucknee River. It doesn't take as good of still shots as my regular camera, but at least it is okay if it gets wet. I really like editing the videos, but it does take a long time.
This was a great way to see the city. Surprisingly there were several bird sanctuaries and bird rookeries. If you look closely at the pelicans photo, there are many babies. Got close up views of Fort Sumter, Fort Moultrie, and a WW2 naval ship, the Yorktown.