I rode out to the lakefront with my buddy Jeff on Monday, June 17, 2013 and we hung out to watch the weird weather. We encountered a lot of awesome sights that day, rolling lightning clouds, rains surrounding us to the north and south but just missing us, huge waves of sand being blown in the wind and most impressively, a double rainbow. I had my iPhone 5 with me and experimented with some time lapse video using my GorillaPod, Glif+ and an app called iLapse. I also had a lot of photos taken. Check it out below.
This photo was taken on my iPhone and edited on my iPad in Snapseed (which is currently on sale for free in the App Store). It was shot from Olive Park just north of Navy Pier. Did you know Olive Park is named after Pfc. Milton L. Olive, III, the first African American to receive the Medal of Honor during the Vietnam War? According to Wikipedia: "At the age of 18, Olive sacrificed his life to save others by smothering a live grenade." Terrifying.
Alison and I had a picnic at Montrose Beach on a chilly Sunday evening. Despite being the middle of June, the cold wind coming off of Lake Michigan kept us from sticking around for too long. The sky was beautiful though.
June 12, 2011
Nighttime in downtown Denver is quite serene. This was taken from a condo building looking into Denver's downtown. What a great city.
A collection of photographs from Montrose Beach. Brittiney and Courtney accompanied me that day and we enjoyed the beautiful early-fall weather. I think these pictures turned out really special. If you like them, please let me know in the comment below and perhaps consider purchasing a print to support my photography. If you're interested, please just ask me about print prices and sizes by sending me an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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