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Sunday, July 6, 2008

Sorry, it's Been Awhile

I didn't have many visitors before, but since I haven't posted for quite some time, I'm sure those few who were visiting this blog have long since lost faith in me. Sorry. If there's anybody out there still, I hope you enjoy these random few.

Taken at a local hiking trail called Adams Canyon. I like the timelessness of this particular picture. It looks like it could have been taken 20 years ago. You just don't know.


Utah really is the best place to be an outdoor photographer. Great landscapes, and tons of wildlife. This bald eagle was taken at Farmington Bay, which is only 15 minutes from my house. The bald eagles come down from the mountains in the early spring because the bays in the valley thaw earlier than the lakes in the mountains and there's plenty of fish. There are times you can see as many as 25 bald eagles at once.


I call this one, fun with paint. I was babysitting my nieces when I took this one.

The above two photos were part of a long exposure assignment I had to do for my photo class. If anyone can guess what the top picture is a picture of, you get.....a lot of respect.

6 comments:

Rachel H. said...

Beautiful pics, as always! I have not a single clue as to what that picture is...but it is super cool nonetheless! :)

Mike S. said...

Wow, these are great! Well, they all are! I especially love the bald eagle picture. Classic.

As for the long exposure pics, I have no idea what the first one is. I'm sure it'll come as a 'duh!' once I find out.

Tyler and Thais said...

I love your pictures Bryan! I was one of the ones checking it over and over!

Tyler and Thais said...

Bryan,

how did u start getting into photography? Have you been taking classes? Or did u just kind of study other people's work, got urself a nice DSRL camera and started giving it a go?? I'd love to start getting into some photography.

GA Howes said...

I have been waiting and waiting as one of the faithful few who regularly check for new pics. I loooove the bald eagle pic the best. Part of my parents in me I guess. I am guessing that you took a pict of one of Kallie's light up toys...then again probalby not. cool pics anyway.

Damitz Family said...

Don't let it be too long between posts . . .