Crater Lake featuring Wizard Island. My main PC is down right now, so this one has no adjustments beyond that made by the camera – the water really is that blue (it’s incredibly deep and cold).
Picture taken with Canon 60D, EF-S 10-22mm lens @ 22mm, 1/1600 sec, f/4.5, ISO 100
A second shot of Multnomah Falls looking down from the top. I like this one mostly because it was an excuse to use the WiFi remote shot feature of the a6000 in combination with an Android phone in order to hold it out over the falls on the end of a tripod, frame the shot using the phone screen and then take the picture with the phone. You can see the bridge a few hundred feet below in the upper right of the picture.
Picture taken with Sony a6000, SEL 18-200mm lens @ 18mm, 1/60 sec, f/8, ISO 400
Multnomah Falls in the Columbia River Gorge. 620ft drop, with a pretty little bridge in there. I could have done a better job centering the falls though…
Picture taken with Sony a6000, SEL 18-200mm lens @ 18mm, 1/6 sec, f/16, ISO 100
A salt chandelier found in the Krakow salt mines in Poland (not the salt deposits on the ceiling). This was one of the cooler authentic pieces, as opposed to some of the re-created scenes seen elsewhere.
Picture taken with Olympus C2040z, lens @9.5mm (125mm eq), 1/40 sec shutter, f/2, ISO 100
The Tower Bridge in London. I don’t recall if we took some form of boat tour down the Thames or if this was seen as part of the bus tour. Either way, probably the coolest looking bridge in London (London Bridge is horribly boring).
Picture taken with Olympus C2040z, lens @17.5mm (96mm eq), 1/400 sec shutter, f/6.3, ISO 100
A greylag goose! Taken shortly after the Wellington Arch picture in Hyde Park while we were sitting around, relaxing with nothing else better to do at the moment.
Picture taken with Olympus C2040z, lens @ 7.3 (40mm eq), 1/320 sec shutter, f/2.8, ISO 100
gThe Warsaw Barbican. I didn’t know what it was, or what the significance was at the time, but it was a cool thing to take a picture of in Poland.
A barbican is a fortified outpost or gateway, such as an outer defense to a city or castle, or any tower situated over a gate or bridge which was used for defensive purposes.
Picture taken with Olympus C2040z, lens @ 10.6mm (66mm eq), 1/40 sec shutter, f/2, ISO 100
This is Wellington Arch located in London outside Buckingham Palace and next to Hyde Park. I’m not sure what the significance of all the arches and obelisks are, but they seem to be universally loved by the Europeans…
Picture taken with Olympus C2040z, lens @ 11.9mm (66mm eq), 1/320 sec shutter, f/8, ISO 100
This is the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church which, moments ago, I didn’t know much about other than it was some old half bombed steeple in Berlin. Kind of an interestingly preserved remnant of WW2.
Picture taken with Olympus C2040z, lens @ 15.8mm (87mm eq), 1/400 sec shutter, f/5.6, ISO 100
The Titlis Rotair gondola heading up (or down, not sure) the mountain in Engelberg Switzerland. I thin k it’s claim to fame is that, as the name hints, it rotates while traveling giving the occupants a 360 view of the landscape. My claim to fame is that I rode it (many times) and then years later it showed up in a Warren Miller movie and I got to feel ahead of the curve.
Picture taken with Olympus C2040z, lens @ 21mm (120mm eq), 1/400 sec shutter, f/6.3, ISO 100