I made some photos for a KHMG project today – and it’s a good thing. There wasn’t time to photograph anything else.
I shot at sunset tonight and had several options. In the end, I liked the water and clouds in this just-before-sunset image
It was a homework night for us. We took a quick break to photograph arrivals at the airport - missed every shot.
Every shot was an experiment tonight. The idea here was to create a direct line through the gate to the museum.
There was a Black Drongo attractively perched in this tree seconds before I pressed the shutter. I must have spooked him.
This Don Pedro Pangelinan Martinez statue sits in Serena Park in Hagåtña. I thought the details looked interesting.
Common Evening Browns were fluttering through the trees this evening. I had to get close with a 70mm macro.
You can see a plane with a flashing red light flying through this 30-second exposure at the Agana Boat Basin.
It's been a rainy month. Tropical life means heat, humidity, and surroundings often covered with raindrops.
Two of the girls spent the evening organizing old school papers. They worked hard, but had fun.
I appreciate the variety of colors and textures in our local jungle. Bamboo has a particularly interesting look.
I bought this ukulele and starting learning how to play it during my 2017 #365project. I still need a lot of practice.