Working through the Files

It seems like the never ending story, the constant desire and need to get everything processed and into the gallery. With Aviation it seems that the files never stop growing and the need to keep processing those files doesn’t end. It’s a little different with critters, it goes by a need to need basis with no processing required. One of the perks you could say. Well everyday I keep working on bits an pieces getting everything updated, here’s one that i just got finished.

A while back Dad and I did touch and goes in a HU-16 Albatross over Lake Tahoe. It was a ton of fun and since it was January there was still snow on the mountains. I had never done aerial work before but it was a ton of fun. It was a whole new perspective looking at the land, and it amazed me how much of the Sierra’s isn’t seen from below.

In the Camera Bag:
Nikon D3, 24-70 AF-S F/2.8, on Lexar UDMA Digital Film

Simple Saturday

I normally don’t blog on the weekend but since I wasn’t able to blog this past week due to some technical issues, I thought it would be wise to have a couple simple post up for enjoyment. This was a quick shot taken a few years back of the Sierra’s from Owens Valley road.

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