We went to see Hunter Hayes and Carrie Underwood in concert on Sunday, 7 October 2012.
While I haven’t had a chance to really even look at or process most of my concert photos, I was curious to see how the finale photos came out.
As you can see, pretty darn good! I’m looking forward to looking at the rest of my photos and getting them up online.
I was in the 20th row on the floor, near the right center aisle.
Yesterday we decided to take advantage of the sunshine and head for the coast. We went to Cape Disappointment State Park in Ilwaco/Long Beach area of Washington, then headed to Astoria for a late lunch.
It was only fitting that the end of our trail for the day ended in Seaside. After we walked on the beach and got a few pictures, we headed home.
This is the Lewis and Clark “End of the Trail” statue at the turnaround at the Promenade in Seaside. I love the silhouette against the clouds.
I took this photo at Malad Gorge State Park in Idaho. It is one of the few I took on our vacation – it just didn’t look right in color, so I used a Lightroom preset (black and white infrared) to make it look like this.
We took a short day trip to Cannon Beach yesterday, and enjoyed the blue skies and sunny weather.
It was incredibly hard to get a picture of the beach without people, but I managed to get one or two by using my Joby gorillapod SLR-Zoom.
Forget the fact I don’t feel old enough to have a nephew getting married, it’s always hard to have someone take a photo of you when you don’t feel comfortable in front of the camera.
My husband does a great job though – he used to want to be a professional photographer, so he’s got camera skills.
This was me taking a short break to talk to a friend during the reception – I was actually tasked to take pictures, so mostly I was moving around (so this is a rare sitting down photo).