With the semester underway, I actually got a moment or two to do some planned photography.
|Nikon D810, 92mm (28-105), 1/160, f/6.3, ISO 250|
This bar of soap is actually a new bar and the thin remains of an old bar mashed together. I liked the way the lines did and didn’t match up.
|Nikon D810, 52mm (28-105), 1/100, f/8, ISO 800|
This was from a series of tattoo photos taken with a single, off-camera light source.
|Nikon D810, 105mm (28-105), 1/100, f/8, ISO 800|
The feral kittens who were born earlier this year are getting out on their own now.
|Nikon D810, 48mm )28-105), 1/160, f/4, ISO 2500|
We actually managed to take a weekend off and go somewhere! Here we have the Clintons from Josephine Tussaud’s Wax Museum in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
|Nikon D810, 56mm (28-105), 1/125, f/5.6, ISO 400|
On the way home, we took the long way so we could stop at Fouke, Arkansas, the home of the Fouke Monster (made famous by The Legend of Boggy Creek). The Monster Mart provided several good photo ops.
I assume at one point this arm had a body attached. It’s almost scarier the way it is. I also liked the wishbone-like geometry produced by the reflection.
|Nikon D810, 70mm (28-105), 1/200, f/13|
I went out in search of fall colors and ended up with buzzards in the bargain.
The college’s buildings and grounds folks have been doing some work in the area around my walk from the parking lot to my office. Someone left this interesting transplanted footprint.