The life and times of a human being.
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A road less traveled 7
My number one runner up for the theme.
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This was the winner of the group. Even on a public university, the road less traveled will still get you where you are going.
There is someone walking in the left third of the photo below the tree line. Some what of a worn in path on the hillside.
Cyclist on the sidewalk.
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The proportion of this one is what gets me.
Road Less Traveled 2
Week 31 was the road less traveled. I had 8 photos to choose from and this was one I wish would have come out better.
The person was running across the lawn and I had just been shooting something bright. I wasn’t ready for a runner. I still tried and managed to salvage a glimpse of the moment.
Some lovestruck wasps. They hung around outside my door for a few weeks. They always watched me but never threatened.
This was from my time in Alaska, but I felt like it felt the theme for a solid foundation.
Another cheat, but a good representation of where my heart belongs. Leakey Texas.
Last Grab Bag. 11 was on my phone leaning at the most awkward angle to try and get the ferris wheel. I didn’t realize the man was standing there but I think he really makes the photo.
This picture was one of the first to make it on my VSCO Grid.
Grab Bag 10. Taken walking to the the Watermelon Thump.
A true Grab Bag photo. 8 was from my phone and had a tough fight. The next few were also from my phone but I really liked the way they look.
Again, the point of the project was to make use of our “big cameras”.
Grab Bag 7 was the actual picture of the week. It had all the rides I wanted and the last light before dark. It is one of my favorite photos of the project so far.