A random wrap-up from the holidays.
Part of a Willamette Valley farm that was converted for retreat use near Newberg, Oregon. The rain had briefly stopped, just long enough to make this shot possible:
Guitar time around an elevated firepit. It was dark enough that I shot this using the EF 28mm f/1.8 at f/2.2 and ISO-6400. Totally makes the 7D worthwhile:
A shot into the firepit, then dramatically color-shifted in post-processing:
Lucky art shot. My camera was still on the tripod from a group photo and she decided to try and capture myself and the camera with a fisheye. So I fired a frame back:
Best shot I got of Mt. Hood, from the Trillium Lake trail (Red #29):
A mortared stone bridge, same area (Red #29):
And a neat little frosted pond (Red #29):
He who laughs last, laughs first next time.