More Practicing with Aperture Priority Mode

The more I read about Aperture Priority Mode, the more I am curious of the result.  You might ask, like my wife, why I take so many pictures of sunset at the beach or at the waterfront.  Simply, there isn’t any thing more interesting where I live. Again, I played around the Aperture Priority Mode and setting a higher aperture for a sun burst effect … Continue reading More Practicing with Aperture Priority Mode

January 4th and 5th the Earth closest to the Sun

On January 4th and 5th, the Earth was the closest to the Sun.  How close?  The  Earth was roughly 3 million miles closer (or 5 million km) to the Sun than it is in early July. I used the Nikon D7100 Camera with Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 50mm |1.8 G lens and the iPhone 7plus camera. January 4th: All the photographs were taken in Bridgeton … Continue reading January 4th and 5th the Earth closest to the Sun

Last sunrise of the decade

  On Tuesday 31 of December 2019, I went to Fort Macon on Bogus Banks (near Atlantic Beach, NC) to watch the last sunrise of the decade. I used the Nikon D7100 Camera with Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 55-300mm |4.5-5.6 G E D zoom lens. The following are photography of the sunrise in Beaufort Inlet with Cape Lookout in the background. For New Year Eve … Continue reading Last sunrise of the decade

Fort Macon

Fort Macon State Park is a North Carolina State Park in Carteret County, North Carolina, U.S.A. It is located on Bogue Banks near Atlantic Beach.  The State Park was  opened in 1936.  Fort Macon State Park has multiple personalities as the site of a perfectly restored Civil War-era fort, a museum-quality coastal education center and an unspoiled shoreline for swimming, surf fishing and beachcombing. On … Continue reading Fort Macon