It’s been well over a week since my last post – East Coast Photo Adventure Day One & Two – in which I said I’d be sharing more photos from my trip with you guys, and well, it’s been longer than I had hoped since I said that, unfortunately. But I’m a perfectionist when it comes to my photography. Anyways, despite the long wait, I’m here to share more.
And These Are Some Of My Most Cherished Photos Yet
I even made 9 different prints from them! I never, ever make prints of my photos. I don’t know why. But more on that later (I’m picking them up from Costco in 2 hours) since I’m sure it’s the photos themselves that keep you guys coming back. So, I’ll keep the text short and cut straight to the photos from day 3 of my East Coast Photo Adventure.
The final destination was Jekyll Island, located off the southern coast Georgia. Along the way I stopped at Savannah, Georgia and Fort Pulaski National Monument in Georgia. Both excellent spots to check out.
An Oak tree in Savannah, Georgia.
A painter doing what he loves in a beautiful park, in picturesque Savannah, Georgia.
Fort Pulaski, Georgia
A dimly lit room, filled with barrels of gunpowder, is a photo waiting to happen. This image is stitched together using two 13 second exposures at f/8.
An empty room in Fort Pulaski, Georgia. Glow from the windows and outside was added in post using the Brush tool in Lightroom 3.
Lights and lines are complementing each other outside at Fort Pulaski.
This tree got framed! I have to thank my mom for idea behind this shot. Thanks mom!
I laughed when I saw this tree. I just had to snap a picture because of the long “arm” extending from it’s trunk.
There’s just something I love about these trees and their texture.
Jekyll Island, Georgia
And alas, the final destination for the day was reached. Meet the coast of Jekyll Island, a place where you’ll find awesome trees washed upon shore.
Along with driftwood and dead trees on the coast of Jekyll Island, you’ll find some nice, conveniently placed rocks, perfect for photographers such as myself.
Getting down low and up-close with this dead tree makes it feel like the thing is a creature of Jekyll Island.
The End of Day Three
Well, that concludes the best shots I walked away with from day three of my East Coast Photo Adventure. That’s beginning to sound corny.
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