Weekly Photo Challenge: Split Second Story (Sort of)

With some storms brewing in the Midwest yesterday, I thought I would try my hand at time-lapse photography. I took a picture every five seconds for 20 minutes (limited because of teaching responsibilities last night) and then condensed into a 12 second video. While I enjoy seeing the cloud formations build, changing shadows on the Crest Baptist Church Worship Center are fun to watch.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Split Second Story – Take 2

Shane Francescut writes: For this week’s challenge, we want you to become a documentary photographer and attempt to capture a candid moment of a person, place, or thing. Put your National Geographic hat on and tell a story by documenting a moment in time through a single image. What do you think this story is?
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The “rest of the story” is that these three swans had just been released by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources as they try to restore trumpeter swan populations to Iowa. The Trumpeter Swan Restoration project released these three swans last May at Summit Lake near Creston, IA, and four more this year.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Split Second Story

Weekly Photo Challenge: Split Second Story – In this week’s photo challenge, capture an image that tells a full story in a single frame.

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Photo Bombing Beagle

While waiting to take some outdoor family photos (tripod in the background), our family was enjoying some casual conversation in my daughter’s livingroom. As I played around with some low light interior shots, the family dog from his usual perch on the back of the couch decided to make an appearance.

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