First roll back from the @doragoodman#Scura 35mm pinhole panoramic camera. A little soft on the edges but it'll just take time to dial in exposure procedures. Each image is about a 3-10 sec exposure depending on lighting so ANY camera shake will show in the image. Super happy with the camera though. Really unique and fun to use, can't wait to take it out more!
Travel photo #4 ! Man, @lilchelsfrom79th is always willing to go on adventures with me so I can try and create all the cool photos I dream up in my head. She’s an amazing adventure bud and I miss her dearly! Can’t wait to come back and see you boo! This is from a trip up to Winter Park in September of 2019, about a month before I moved there.
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I wrote this song late last night after thinking about the meaning of my name, Aspen. I was named after an aspen tree, and aspens grow in groves. All the trees are connected by their roots, just like how I’m connected to my family and friends. So I wrote this song/poem about how I can grow so tall in life, but I will never fall because my family keeps me stable and safe. Here are the lyrics:
If I was a sapling babe
I would feel my roots, remember where I came
And mama tree would whistle my name
In the Aspen Grove where we would sway
I’d look up at the great, blue sky
And know that someday I would grow mighty high
No matter how much I would thrive
These loving roots would keep me stable in my mind
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shouldn't there be leaves on the ground during autumn?
This is Hagrid, our head rooster of the flock. He is a great rooster, and very handsome.
He protects his ladies all day while free ranging, and calls them over anytime he finds a tasty treat for them.
Our beautiful Olive Egger Roo has bean through a lot so far, and still standing strong.
He traveled from Wisconsin to Minnesota last year in August, and had his first MN winter. He suffered from frostbite and spent a week inside the house with us while we nursed his wounds.
Come spring, lice infested our entire flock including Hagrid. Especially Hagrid because he doesn’t often dust bath, which is what helps keep external parasites off of chickens.
His frostbite healed fast, with barely any loss of his comb and wattle, and we managed to do a few treatments over the last month and half for lice and they are officially gone.
I’ve been saving this image for a while and hesitated posting. It’s difficult to see the full impact of this image in the small Instagram format. The shot is from my first autumn trip to the Colorado San Juan mountains. To get this shot, I laid down on the ground with my ear to the ground and shot up towards the trees. The wind made this a challenging shoot as did getting the sun in just the right spot. .
I remember the morning I took this photo - I was freezing my lady bits off in the frigid temps in Colorado. Quite the stark contrast to this morning, when I was melting my lady chunks in this hellacious inferno of California.