This was pretty cool. Skies in West Chester were clear, we had about 75% coverage at eclipse maximum. I don’t have a solar setup for my camera, so these are improvised.
A couple friends and a flowering peony inspired me to grab some photos from the backyard. Overcast days are the best for photography in general, and the ones after a light rain are perfect for…
We got a decent snowstorm, finally, after so many rounds of rain/sleet/freezing rain.
My softball coverage of West Chester University’s 9-1 victory over East Stroudsburg.
Magnolias are early, tough, and usually face the harshest weather, which is why I like them so much.
Thank you to all our Veterans!
Exploring using my Nikon 24-70/2.8 G via the Metabones adapter on my Sony NEX-6.
Exploring two more excellent SMC Takumar lenses with the Lens Turbo: the 135mm f/2.5 and 100mm f/4 Macro.
At the 2013 West Chester Iron Hill Criterium, pros and amateurs zip around the 1km course downtown, making a great venue for watching leads change and drama unfold.
We’ve been waiting a while, so it was worth the couple minutes in the garden. Tulips, Japanese Painted ferns, hostas, and even the dreaded dandelion make appearances.
I was honored to be part of the Warriors’ Watch/A Hero’s Welcome escort for First Lieutenant Shane Clair of West Chester.
The marching bands and other acts were, as usual, wonderful.
Today was a beautiful Veterans Day, and I was glad so many people made it out to the parade in West Chester.
Apologies to my friends in New York and New Jersey, but Sandy was not much here in West Chester.