All posts tagged Spring

I took these photos of the bridge over the Penobscot River on the Access Road in Lincoln, Maine at night (1 to 2hrs after sunset). Most of them are 1 to 3 minute exposures taken with the Promote Control.

We wanted some new informal family portraits done, and what is a spherical panorama photographer to do when he finds an awesome prop like a playground dome?!

For quite a while I have wanted to take a spherical panorama timelapse. This sky full of star trails consists of 41 stitched panoramas in a timelapse.

This small forest of pine trees is just a short walk from my house, right off the back field. At sunset a splash of golden light sets all the pine needles ablaze.

I took this spherical panorama of Mallett’s old saw mill on Mattakeunk Stream at the edge of Merrill Pond in Lee, Maine yesterday.

Ladybug timelapse

A short, hilarious timelapse of a ladybug running laps around my trash can!

I took this spherical panorama at sunset of the dam on the Penobscot River in Howland last Thursday. I waited half an hour for the sunburst to shine through this window, and it only lasted for twelve seconds!

Spring or Winter?

Is it spring or winter?! You decide in this 360° panorama!

A panorama I took of Old Town Fuel & Fiber was presented to Representative Mike Michaud as a Lifetime Achievement Award last week in Washington, D.C.

I found this family of Canada Geese on Mallett’s Mill Pond in Lee, Maine. I was surprised how close they swam. They didn’t seem frightened at all. I think the proud parents were happy to show off their youngsters. 🙂 These images can be purchased through my gallery here: http://galleries.aaronpriestphoto.com/Wildlife/2011-05-21/ Related Posts:Flowers in the rainDeer […]