A few images stitched together in Adobe Photoshop.
Image by :Khürt L. Williams. NIKON D5100 (35mm, f/16, 1.6 sec, ISO100)
Although I went to bed quite late last night, I woke up this morning around 6:30AM. I lay in bed feeling guilty that I hadn’t done anything with my camera for several weeks. The Skillman area is full of fall color and I did not have a single image to show for it. So I decided that since it was still early that perhaps I could get some shots early morning landscape shot. But where?
Carnegie Lake came to mind. Should I stay north and shoot near the old Kingston Mill. Or travel south on Route 27 toward Princeton and shoot somewhere in the middle. I decided that would soon arrive and that I would still be in bed trying to decide so I got dressed, grab a food bar and my camera and headed out the door.
I drove through Kingston — just in case — continued down Route 27. On my way I decided on the Princeton Boathouse.
Image by :Khürt L. Williams. NIKON D5100 (35mm, f/4, 20 sec, ISO100)
Landscape photography is challenging. The best light is at the golden hour. That means getting up early. It means standing on the bridge on Washington Road in Princeton on a cold morning and shooting with a tripod for an hour. Tonight, I’m hoping to capture the a sunset. But where?
Harviestoun Ola Dubh 18 Year Special Reserve Ale taste like something one should pair with a cigar while sitting in a leather chair. The oak casks used to flavor this ale were used to mature Highland Park’s 18 year old Single Malt Scotch Whisky. You can taste the whisky and a hint of the cherry wood.