After shooting the Texas Hill Country for 14 straight hours, I really wasn’t looking forward to the 6 hour drive back home to go to work the next morning. Fortunately, the memory of this moment, the last capture of the day, pushed all the weariness aside. The miles simply melted away.
Shortly before this visit to Seattle, I discovered, through my research, images taken from Kerry Park. In the hour or so spent in the park, I worked next to an eclectic group of shooters, all hoping to catch a great shot.
I don’t know if they were successful, but I do know I got mine!
Looking back on my work, you would think I never shoot close to home. This image was captured about twenty feet from my front door, making it a unique addition to my portfolio. The moon was the impetus I needed to grab my gear, as it glowed softly through a rising fog.