This past week I was looking through folders of photos that I took this past Summer. I came across photos that were snapped at Fosterfields Living Historical Farm during the fourth of July. I decided to try out some new angles and render some of the photos in a sepia tone. I might decide to post more later on this blog or Flickr. Here is one photo that really stood out to me personally.
Last month I decided to take my camera along with me while doing some errands. I had to travel through Madison, NJ and I took time to take some photos at the train station. I do not take a lot of B&W photos, but after watching some of my students in school work on their B&W photos I decided to give it a shot. Here are what I believe to be the two best photos to come out of that shoot. You can also expect me to take some night holiday shots to be posted here in the future. As always you may visit my flickr page to see some photos that aren’t posted on this blog.
Although this photo is relatively old I thought it would be nice to post considering the weather is getting warmer out. This photo was taken during the Summer of 2009 and is posted on my Flickr page, but I never posted it to a blog. I’m not sure what type of flower is featured in this picture; regardless its simple yet pretty.
I had not been out and around my area snapping photographs in a while. The school I am student teaching at has winter break this week and I decided to take advantage of this week off from school to take some photos around Morristown. Today I visited “the green,” but I was not that satisfied with some of the photographs I got there. While I was driving home I decided to stop at the Speedwell Lake Park. This park is home to the historic Speedwell Mill. I hope to take advantage of the rest of this break and grab some more photos this week.