Posts Tagged ‘Nikon’

02.03.10

February 3, 2010: A quick moving storm put down a fresh coat of 4″ of snow near Sunshine, MD. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

01.30.10

January 28, 2010: Running track at Delaware County Christian School in Newtown Square, PA. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

01.23.10

January 23, 2010: Two young trees stand in the frozen wetlands at Seneca Creek Greenway Park in Montgomery County. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

01.19.10

January 19, 2010: An abstract look at a road sign on East Village Avenue in Montgomery Village, MD. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso; All Rights Reserved

01.18.10

January 18, 2010: An old oak tree sits in the field as temperatures warm up. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

01.17.10 – Picture a Day

January 17, 2010: Hope acts for the photographer as he sets up lights for new mwnber pictures after serv ices at Covenant Life Church in Gaithersburg, MD. With two older sister’s who love photography, she’s used to being on this side of the camera. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

01.16.10

January 16, 2010: Ferns are curled up during the cold winter in Seneca Creek Greenway Park in Montgomery County, Maryland, ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

01.15.10

Jan. 15, 2010: An antique New Idea hay baler at display at the Montgomery Country Agricultural Farm Park in Montgomery County, Maryland. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

01.13.10

Collage of my Fall term Photography students at Montgomery Christian Institute.

01.12.10

Steeple of the St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Woodstock, Virginia. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

01.07.10

The magic of photography is being able to capture a moment in time. Sometimes those moments can be grand, sometimes they can be simple. Such as this rendering of these two cattail’s. At first I did not think that a shot was to be found in this field, till I knelt down in the water.
Good thing that the temperatures had warmed up a bit. When I did knelt down, isolating these two against the blue sky, a photograph came into view. That’s the magic, that I still remember when I first picked up the camera 28 years ago.

Nokon D300, 70-200 F2.8, ISO 200, Shutter 1/320, F10, Manual Exposure.