I left the movie theater after Wall-E last night and there was a huge electrical storm passing by. Not much rain so I was able to shoot outside. This guy was waiting it out under the marquee.
I chased it south on Providence and pulled over near Southhampton for a while. This was my last frame. 4″ at f13, ISO 640.
The results of my trekking:
Riding on a borrowed one-speed road bike, I went with Paul Weber to check on his garden four miles away. He and two friends are raising organic crops on a borrowed plot of land on the northeast side of Columbia. Things were looking good today, however like every industry nearby, the rain has slowed their progress.
Anyone know what kind of snake this is? (Nevermind. I just googled “small snakes” and found out it’s a Northern Ringneck snake, common to this area and harmless.)
I got distracted for 1/500 of a second on I-55. But I had my seat belt on.
Maybe this shot already exists but I like the angle and hopefully can try more like it from above.
Thanks to the willing subject.
B93 Country Music Festival, Ionia, MI.
I owe some credit to Katie Barnes (who gave up her spot to let me shoot) and Brandon Kruse (who has a beautiful shot with a diving board that was in my mind while taking this).
There is nothing really tying these shots together, except that I was there when they all happened. I guess that’s the same for this whole blog. In any case, shooting has been slow recently with my switch to reporting for the summer. However I plan to take full advantage of the Missourian’s push for everyone to get ‘some multimedia experience’ during the term (read: more photos and video options).
Found this from a couple weeks ago. Andrew Crawford on set of a film class shooting day.