Every now and then, I like to dust off the DSLR and go for a photo walk. Most of my early photosets were all shot with my aging Nikon D3100 camera with either my Nikkor 18-55mm lens or my Nikkor 70-300mm lens; I’m now on a D7100, with a Nikkor macro lens I bought from my friend Mel. The Instagram pictures were taken either on my Nokia 935 Windows Phone or my iPhone 6s+/X/12.
My Instagram feed follows the photo galleries, so scroll down for current slice-of-life vignettes.
Almost none of my photos have humans in them. This is not because I’m a loner or because I hate taking pictures of people. Instead, it’s a reflection of the fact that I haven’t sought license agreements from anyone, so publishing photos of them publicly without compensation or authorization is both legally risky and, well, a bit creepy. So you’re getting curated, mostly-human-free versions of my photography.
Please click a gallery to open its photoset. Click any photo to render it in full-screen mode, with options for slideshow advance and to reveal image metadata.