This week, I’ll be sharing some shots from my Nikon, here on my blog, now that I’ve got quite a few edited. I still have plenty of iPhone stuff to share, but I’m more excited to share the Nikon work 🙂
This is one of the many waterfalls at Ricketts Glen in Pennsylvania. It was a beautiful place that we have to go back to someday. As we walked into the park from the parking lot, we saw a very young couple in wedding attire, getting ready to go do a small wedding with a handful of people.
I felt awful for them when we saw their “photographer” for the intimate event had a small point and shoot camera on a tripod. If we weren’t in such a hurry, I’d have stopped to take a few shots for them, because they clearly were on a tight budget…and because the groom had an unusual beard that I wanted a photo of. It looked like a narwhal horn coming off of his chin. Seriously.
Unfortunately, for them, we only had a few hours to explore and shoot this big place before driving 4 hours back to CT.
Here are the technical details, for anyone interested:
Tokina 11-16mm 2.8 @ 14mm