Alaska Sunset

Alaska Sunset

This was taken a while back when I was returning from seeing my aunt up in Haines, Alaska: from the ferry getting close to Juneau.

That’s a great ferry ride: too bad I have a negative reaction about long boat rides right now or we might plan another trip.

Cold Water Dance

Cold Water Dance

This was taken in February at Kalaloch Beach … which means the water was cold… even if it was an early springlike day. Kids must have a different insolation value in their feet than I do.

  • Camera: Nikon Df
  • Lens: Nikkor 28-300mm set at 190
  • ISO 250 1/640 sec f/10

Meadow Fence

Meadow Fence

Mill Creek trail in Inyo National Forest in Northern California crosses some very fine grassy meadows. It’s a nice enough trail, but it takes a lot of driving on rough roads to get there. On the drive in, we saw a blonde colored black bear running across the road. No chance for a photo, unfortunately.

  • Camera: Nikon D200
  • Lens: Nikkor 18-70mm set at 62mm
  • ISO 100 1/160 sec f/6.3

Mead Road Shed II

Mead Road Shed II

This is a slightly different view of the shed on Mead Road on Marrowstone Island that I posted several days ago. This one was with a digital camera.

It didn’t involve nearly the work to remove all the dust spots that the scan of the negative required.

  • Camera: Fujifilm X100V
  • ISO 160 1/900 sec f/5.6

Coming New Domain Name: ajjphotoblog.com

Just letting you know that there will be a change to my Domain Name. The current name: OlyWaJones worked for me while I was living in Olympia Washington.

Life happens, I retired and moved to Port Townsend. The new domain name will be ajjphotoblog.com. According to the WordPress tech team, no action should be necessary on your part to continue to be notified of new postings … Just make note that the “new” blog you are getting notices from is just the “old” blog that you know and love. (at least, I hope you do!)

Thank you for your continued interest.

AJJ

Foggy Kayaking

Foggy Kayaking

I was going through some older photos and seeing what I had missed. Going back and reviewing images from months or years ago is a great way to not only refresh memories, but you can see images that didn’t strike you at the time because you had preconceived ideas about the image you were expecting.

This is Ellis Cove off of Budd Bay in Olympia.

Camera: Nikon AW120

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