I had some time today so I was able to get through editing a bunch of RAW photos. I’m including the brand new galleries as well as photos from recent trips that I’ve been on.
Last Saturday I decided to head back to the Pike Lake Unit of the Kettle Moraines. I got a lot of good photos last time, but this time I wanted to try a different lens. All the photos from this hike were shot with the Canon 18-55mm kit lens. It was nice to have something a little wider than my 28-135mm, but I did miss its image stabilization and sharpness.
Photos from my hike on the blue trail at Pike Lake State Park in the Kettle Moraine State Forest of Wisconsin. The weather was perfect. Unfortunately, the bug spray I brought didn’t stop the flies from “attacking” my head throughout the hike. I’m definitely going to wear a hat next time. Three of the photos were handheld HDR.
Photos after the break:
My home town is very close to the Northern Kettles, but since I’m now going to school in Wauwatosa/Milwaukee I’m very close to the Southern Kettles. This past Saturday was really nice and a couple days prior I decided that I was going to wake up early (7:20am on a Saturday for me) and go for a hike with my dSLR. I did manage to wake myself up that early and had a great time hiking the Scuppernong hiking trails.