Instagram hates vertical. Instagram hates freedom.
For the longest time I struggled to find enough flowing water close by to practice long exposure photography. I certainly got a chance here! This is the same process that happens in Lake Jackson, so I’ll quote from an article about that sucker but it applies to this lake too! “The water level in the lake is governed by how much rainfall makes it to the lake basin and how much leaves the basin. Most lakes lose water through evaporation and transpiration, and through the slow percolation down through the lakebed. Lake Jackson’s hydrology, however, is partially controlled by another process – dissolution of limestone resulting in karst.
Karst is a geologic term used to describe landforms that form in areas where the bedrock near land surface is susceptible to being dissolved away over geologic time. The process, called dissolution, takes place when slightly acidic rainwater encounters limestone bedrock.
Over millions of years this process can remove significant amounts of limestone leaving behind void spaces. A sinkhole forms when the void space collapses creating a depression in the land surface. The depressions in the land surface can coalesce over time forming lake basins. Lake Jackson is a classic example of a sinkhole lake and is one of many that are scattered across the Florida landscape.”
“What are you working on now Mr #Vigeland
?” ... “It’s a secret but it surely will be my best work of art yet!”
Little behind the scenes from this year's first actual photo shoot.
"But all the things I couldn't understand
Never could've planned
They made me who I am
Put your nose in paperbacks
Instead of smoking cigarettes
These are years you're never getting back"
Daycare at weddings.... a godsend to parents who like a drink!
Went to Serpent Mound this summer.
Fresh, basted and ready to be carved.
Life Tip: Lemon juice makes awful contact lens solution.
22:365 | This was my first outing with my 10 stop ND filter...it was a lot of fun being perched precariously on the rocks in a lot of wind and rain!
We dug our flashes to shoot some headshots for Seattle Pride. We still managed to take some test shots of each other. 🖤
Spotted this herd of bighorn sheep grazing along the highway 🐏