Showing posts with label Nikon F4. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nikon F4. Show all posts

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Sunset and Moonrise

 Top photo taken yesterday, January 18th, of sunset from Kessler Park.  Below, taken in the 90s... from the West Bottoms of moonrise... scan from a slide.

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Past Icy Scenes

Kansas City Museum from Reservoir Hill

                       Kansas City Skyline from Kessler Park next to the Kansas City Museum.

Friday, September 11, 2015

All Things Must Come To An End

Tomorrow I will photograph my last wedding.  I'm not retiring from photography, just from weddings. I did this young girls photographs back in November of 1991, and now it's time for her wedding.   A fitting end indeed. 

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Up Close Along The Trail

Below, Red Cup Fungus.  Likes to grow on the woodland floor.  Very tiny; smaller than your pinky nail. 
                         Spider was hiding in the thistle bloom awaiting the unsuspecting bee.

                                                                       Above, Mayapple.

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Happy Birthday Kelly

                                                              24 and still going strong :)

Monday, July 9, 2012

Spice Girls at Sandstone

The date, August 3rd, 1998.
The place, Sandstone Amphitheater 
The characters... Kelly (my daughter on left) her friend Brittany on the right.
Also, a much younger Hyper.. The Kid is doing sun-squint , she was happy.
Waiting for the Spice Girls..
And, the screen opens, there they are. Lots of squeals.
I was just as enthusiastic as the girls... I really liked that group.
It was a really good show and the weather wasn't bad.
Good old Ektachrome 400 with Nikon F4 and 80-200mm lens.
Kelly being attentive and dancing too.
I remember getting in was fairly easy, getting out took over an hour.  Got the girls home around two AM.....   Worth it though.   Great evening.

Friday, February 3, 2012

Fannie's Barn Knob Noster

A few more shots from 1990 down in Knob Noster.... A very old barn, since burned, that made use of whole trees in its construction.... rather rustic though. Beautiful countryside on a rainy day. All black and white, T-Max 400.. digital tinting in most of the barn pix.