Just two pictures of Diesel the Newfoundland.
Just a few test pictures of Pepper.
Inside, no flash.
Pentax K-3 ii
24-40mm f/2.8-4.8 400, 1600, 3200 ISO
Just a pile of sunset practice image (and one with my 2005 Crown Vic.
Three quick pics from my “new to me” camera.
Testing out my newest find. An older Tokina AT-X 24-40mm lens I found on Etsy
I do believe it is me new favorite lens.
A short stroll around 24th and 25th streets in Ogden Utah. A few images, and few people meant for a quiet time down town.
Craft Lake City walk around in Ogden. Lots of fun, some really good work, and a fun day of being busy.
Not a hike, but it was still fun, useful, and therapeutic.
A hike into nature’s therapy. Sweating out the thoughts, writing down the process, letting things go.
A lot of words about a fresh relationship, and a lot of rambling about uncertainty, excitement, and and being okay with it all.
Another Pliker walk to clean up the 21st Street Pond Trail. It was really bad, but we hauled out a ton of shit, so hopefully it’ll make it through some of the winter.
Hiking above Fruit Heights Utah. Little check in for myself, nice views, cool wind, and good workout.
Images from my grandparent’s memorial service (and a few sunsets from my sister’s backyard).
Decent hike up above Layton, Utah. There’s a lot of construction going on, so getting to the trail head is a friggin’ dizazter! (Utah norm).
Date night with the Grizzlies! We didn’t win, but it was a fun game, close scoring, and a little knock down drag out fight in the middle.
First hockey game of the year for me. Lots of fun, 3-0 (we won), and looking forward to the next game.
A bunch of sunsets, and a thank you to a special friend from a little over a year ago.
Mostly just a blog post demonstrating how shitty my new 28mm lens is.
A long hard hike to make sure I had time to work on myself. Inflict physical pain enough I had no choice but to still my mind, and let my thoughts process with out me guiding them around. I hope tomorrow has another difficult hike in store, I need more nature therapy :).