While shooting a series of golf tip videos at a Lake Hills Country Club with Renzi Lee. One of the thirty to forty antelope that live on and near the course decided to get a closer look at what we were doing. The shot was overexposed so I lost a lot of detail in the white fur, but I thought the were still fun images.
Rnezi’s biggest fan (1 of 2)
Rnezi’s biggest fan (2 of 2)
I shot this while on a walk with my daughter. I don’t know wjat type of flower it is, but I thought it looked cool.
This is a bit cheesy, but I’m wiped.
Today, I went to Big Timber to shoot a video that I am making about high school rodeo. It was a muddy, but fun time. All of the people that I met were really friendly and pleasure to hang around with. As usual I mostly shot video, but I did manage to get in a few stills. I really wanted to get a great portrait with one of the kids covered in mud, so I attempted an on the fly portrait with the last competitor of the rodeo. Kylee was nice enough to let me snap a few shots, even after I had tortured her with a video interview.
It was another rainy day, so I spent my alotted photography time devoted to trying to figure out why my flashes were not firing. Apparently, the batteries on both my transmitter and the flashes were dying. Any way here is a pic from when I was testing my flash and another one from a sunnier day that I didn’t post.
Testing my flash and satisfying my sweet tooth
From a better day
This morning I woke up late for work because the power had gone out at our house. Apparently, snow, ice, and wind had done a number on our electrical lines. As I raced out of the house, I quickly shot these because I had a feeling that the snow would melt and I would spend the rest of the day playing catch up. I was right on both accounts. They aren’t great photos, but they are proof that if you plant your vegetable garden before Memorial Day weekend in Montana, you are probably going to be making two trips to your favorite garden center that year. I learned my lesson the first year I was here. Now, I don’t plant anything until early June.
Old chicken feeder
White lilac bush with snow and ice
My front yard and neighbors trees.