This was on a backpack trip July 2020 to the Dosewallips Campground, which is isolated 6.5 miles from the road due to a washout. (in the Olympic National Park)
We hiked in and camped for two nights and did a day hike up the North Fork of the Dosewallips River.
I am in a group of Photographers that gather once a month for “Print Night”… where we discuss the images that we have been working on. Until the virus hit, it was in person and emphasized the print — as opposed to the digital or projected version of the images.
With the virus, we have gone to Zoom and hence there was a puzzle. How does one do Print Night via video conferencing? I facetiously suggested holding up our prints in front of the web cams… the whole thing seemed just a little odd. My thought process with the puzzle went round and round.
This photo was the result: me, holding up a print of me, etc.
- Camera: Fujifilm X100V
- ISO 400 1/25 sec f/2.0
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