Photowalk => Bolivar Peninsula

A few weeks ago I drove Highway 87 from High Island to the Bolivar Ferry, spanning the length of Bolivar Peninsula. I actually did this two Saturdays in a row because there is so much to see on this stretch of road. I am sure I could take about one or two more drives and still find something new to photograph. There were several places to stop and explore, hence me calling it a photo walk.

It is really great to see the Bolivar Peninsula coming back to normalcy after being devastated by Hurricane Ike in 2008.



The rest of my Bolivar Peninsula photos can be found in my Flickr Set and Goggle+ Album.

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Lime Macro

I’ve had a pretty productive day, which is quite rare lately. After my walk this evening, I took some slices of lime and experimented with my 100mm macro lens.


  • Camera | Nikon D90  ~  Lens | Tokina 100mm Macro 2.8
  • Exposure | 0.01 sec (1/100)  ~  Aperture | f/4.2
  • Focal Length | 100 mm  ~  ISO Speed | 200
  • Flash off - No Tripod

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“There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are.” -Ernst Haas