I’ve made plenty of photos in October – the image count in the October folder is close to 500 at the moment (and a lot of culling needs to be done still). Compared to the 130 images in the September folder (which included the incredibly productive third visit to Algodones Dunes – otherwise September was pretty meh), that’s quite an increase. :)
The reason of course is our October trip to the Eastern Sierra. We drove up to Mammoth Lakes and stayed there for a little more than a week. The primary focus was a change of scenery (which was much needed) and vacation, so we took it easy and didn’t center our activities around photography (which means, no getting up at unearthly hours just to be at some spot for sunrise photos). I made the photo below on an afternoon hike to Parker Lake, in the Ansel Adams Wilderness:
While taking part in the “Five day black & white challenge” I edited some photos from our Taiwan trip in March 2013 and added them to my “Wandering Through The Fog” gallery. Have a look! I’ve added an entirely new gallery as well, of my Tree Abstracts & Close-Ups.
I also continued adding images to my Fine Art America store, and the above photo is my 500th upload there (meanwhile, a couple more have been added). Feel free to browse and shop! :)
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