Sunday, August 07, 2005

Another great photo shoot.

Last night my Dad and I went for a ride in the Hudson Valley of New York where we live, and were looking for some good views to photograph. We ended up coming across this field on the side of the road where you could see across the Hudson river and all the way to the Catskill Mountains. We had just experienced a cold front, so that caused some great cloud formations as the clouds blew over the mountains from the west and fanned out after they cleared the peaks. The sun shown through the clouds, changing them from grey to pink to orange and then finally to purple as it went down. I shot almost two rolls of Fuji Velvia slidefilm on the views, so I'll be posting the shots to my Flickr account ( whenever I get them developed, scannend and published. We also climbed a steep hill near the Rip Van Winkle bridge after sunset and took some shots with long exposure times and a tripod of the traffic crossing the streetlight-laden suspension bridge with the ominous mountains lurking in the background. Should be interesting to see how they come out.


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