Three interior images of the “White Ram” My new Road Trek RS Adventurous RV as I prepare to drive to Anchorage, Alaska to attend ANPAT 9 with my fellow Nikonians. All images taken with a fish-eye lens and thus the spaces look bigger than they really are! For the exterior view when I took delivery check out 15-August-2009.
Time-Lapsed Video: Alaska Railroad and Spencer Glacier.
Images from two years ago today while on the Nikonians ANPAT 9 trip in Alaska. We took the Alaska Railroad from Anchorage to Spencer Glacier. The images were combined into a time-lapsed video (about 6.5 minutes in lenght). Some questions. Do viewers like this format, should I add music, or would a slide show with just the best 20 images be better?
Two years ago today, the Nikonian ANPAT 9 group returned from Denali National Park to Anchorage on the Alaska Railroad. During the trip, I took a lot of images, many with a fisheye lens. I put these together as a time-lapsed movie.
Dall Ram standing on the side of the road in Denali National Park. Image taken 2 years ago today while on the bus with ANPAT 9.
Back to the present, the Delaware River has gone above flood stage at the Lambertville – New Hope bridge that I usually cross every morning. I had to take the US 202 bridge, and I could see water almost up to the road bed of the the Lambertville – New Hope bridge. The USGS site shows the river peaking at about 16 feet, with flood stage at 13 feet. This is 3 feet higher than my 29-August-2011 post showing the Lambertville Station Inn after Hurricane Irene. The road was blocked so I could not get down and get some pictures near the Inn, but expect that there is water running under the Inn today. The ground is so saturated after Hurricane Irene, that the last several days of heavy rain from the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee is causing even more flooding.
Albert, A Big Photographer Wearing his “Caution Photographer at Work” Shirt.
Two years ago today ANPAT 9 had just started,. I took this image of Albert while we were on the Alaska Railroad traveling from Anchorage to Denali National Park. I am working on a time-lapsed video using the images I took on the train trip.
Day 2: Alaska Marine Highway on the M/V Columbia Traveling from Bellingham, Washington to Haines, Alaska
The day started out foggy. During the night there was a bit of rain and wind. I felt sorry for the folks living rough on deck, but they seemed to be warm and cheerful once they moved under the covered Solarium. We saw a few Orcas during the day. Later in the afternoon, the sun came out and folks moved their chairs back out on the open deck.