Chicago's metro system has some of the cooler looking industrial bridges that "loop" through the city center. Black and white seemed like it would do these structures the best justice. The photo that has a wall of graffiti was actually taken with a GoPro Hero 7 Black instead of my usual Canon T5i. This Chicago... Continue Reading →
The suffering is at bay but can rear it's head at anytime. Keep your head up and prepare for a lifelong battle. It won't be easy, but know that if you fight hard enough it can be locked away. If you're lucky you might lose the combination and key... You've got this.
These are some oldies back from 2014 about a year before I got a DSLR. These were shot with one of the rugged Olympus point and shoot cameras. It never let me down, but I quickly outgrew it and needed something more after taking it on this trip and another one through Europe. Mammoth was... Continue Reading →
What a wonderful open air park. We weren't expecting too much but were pleasantly surprised. Beautiful gardens, historical info, native animals, old architecture, and period dress were all on display through a web of trails and walkways. We highly recommend this to anyone that is visiting Stockholm, especially if you are short on time! Much... Continue Reading →
I don't always have my Canon handy so these were shot with my Samsung Note 8. Legoland is a kid's dreamland but that doesn't mean it isn't for adults. The miniatures look incredibly lifelike and really made for some great looking shots if you have the right angles.
I've never been one too take many photos at the zoo. My impression was that one could never really get some quality looking photos through glass or awkward angles. Boy was I wrong.