We spent an hour or so yesterday exploring a new trail near Piti Guns Unit. I went back today to photograph.
We enjoyed a hike to Hila'an Beach today, also making our way through a limestone forest to the site of the old Hila'an village.
The flame trees are in bloom all over the island. This one, in the hills above Hagåtña, caught my eye during a walk.
A new (first released in 1989) 500mm lens allowed me to photograph this stand of trees across the Lonfit River Valley the other day.
A few days into my summer vacation, we set out for the Lonfit River Valley. It was a hot day and we never quite made it to the falls.
After finishing my #365project in 2019, I took a two-month break. Today I was back out with my camera at Tarzan Falls.
Thank you for following along in 2019. This is my second successful #365project in three years. Here are my favorites.
I look for contrast and color when I am photographing. This yellowing palm frond really stood out on the green foliage.
I looked for intimate landscapes this evening just before sunset, finding an interesting series of exposed tree roots.
I spent some time working my way around the branches of this dead tree to find the right composition. I think it worked out.
I had a morning photo shoot in the Plaza de España today. This was just a test image before we got started.
I noticed the contrast and these color combinations immediately. For me, this is a classic Guam scene.