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Crich Tramway Museum

This post contains some more the the pictures I took at the Crich Tramway Museum when we visited recently. They were all taken with a Pentax K5 DSLR and either a Sigma 18-125 HSM zoom or a Tamron 10-24 Super Wide angle zoom. 217 more words


The 2017 MVC Track and Field Championships Day One

Heading to Cedar Falls, Iowa

One draw to shoot these championships besides the obvious action was a return to Iowa for me. A little over ten years ago I moved away from Iowa looking for what I wanted to do with my life. 601 more words


Some views of Lincoln city

We have been away on holiday to Lincolnshire for a week and spent a couple of days in the city of Lincoln. While we were there I spent lots of time taking pictures with my Fuji X-T1 mirror-less fitted with both the 18-135mm zoom lens I purchased with it and my Tamron 10-24mm pentax k-mount super wide angel lens. 337 more words


Tattershall castle in Lincolnshire

A couple of days ago we went to the National Trust’s Tattershall Castle in Lincolnshire while they had a battle re-enactment and I used it as an opportunity to take pictures with both my… 63 more words


Gunby hall National Trust property

Today we visited the Gunby Hall national trust property in Lincolnshire and below is one of the better pictures I took during our visit.

This picture was taken using my Fuji X-T1 mirror-less camera and a Tamron 10-24mm f/3.5 super wide angle lens. 84 more words


Photographing a Wedding at St. Mary Cathedral in Lafayette, Indiana

A Beautiful Wedding at St. Mary Cathedral

Last Saturday I was in St. Mary Cathedral to photograph a wedding for the first time there. I have seen photos of the church before, but I had never stepped into it before the weekend started. 364 more words


Photographing a Wedding at St. Peter's Church in LaPorte, Indiana

Photographing a Wedding at St. Peter’s Church

This weekend I had the pleasure of photographing a wedding at St. Peter’s Church in LaPorte. As a kid growing up this was the place where the big events happened. 365 more words