This is a shot of the sky above my house, laced together with StarStaX from 39 pictures taken at ISO 400 and 20 second exposures.
They’re building a house next to mine. I’m not happy about it, but perhaps the saddest part is the tree carnage. I rescued an entire Laurel Oak tree which I’ll use for building furniture in 1-2 years.
I thought hard about finding a green subject that wasn’t a plant, but didn’t come up with anything that interesting. So here are some green tomatoes that Tina is growing in planters. Shot in macro with my Yongnuo 50mm lens at f2.5 and ISO 200.
Okay, honestly, the highlight of this photo isn’t clouds, per-se. This is the smoke trail left by the Space-X Falcon Heavy launch which I took Rylan to see earlier today. Even from 70 miles away it was a really exciting show. I shot at Avalon State Park with my stock Canon T3i and 18-55mm lens.
My boys, investigating a hole in the ground at the park.
Today’s outfit includes shorts, WordPress T-Shirt, and flip-flops. This is pretty standard gear here, year-round.
There’s so much wildlife here in Florida, but for some reason I keep coming across the Gopher Tortoise. They make great photo subjects because they don’t scare easily – you can get quite close before they slowly scurry away.