Please Sit Still

Black And White Photography, David Jensen, Photography

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The challenge of getting kids to pose for photos.

More of my photography can be found at my Northern Visions blog.

Somewhere In Wisconsin

Black And White Photography, David Jensen, Photography

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I encountered this church along a quiet, Wisconsin back road.  It seemed so forlorn and abandoned, looking for a new congregation.

Canon 5Ds, Tamron SP 28-75mmf/2.8, ISO 50, 48mm, f/11, 1/60 sec.  Processed via Silver Efex Pro 2.

More of my images can be seen on my Northern Visions blog.

Simple Things #2

Black And White Photography, David Jensen, Photography

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As the weather warms and the rain falls, the pussy willows are making the transition from fuzzy buds to leaves.  I was able to save these two small branches for indoor photography.  They were very cooperative models.

More of my photos can be seen at my Northern Visions photography blog.

Rainy Days and Mondays

Black And White Photography, David Jensen, Photography

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Nothing like a good rain to spoil an outing with students.  The morning group did their best to enjoy the time in nature, the afternoon group cancelled.

All Quiet at the Gate

Black And White Photography, David Jensen, Photography

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Early morning at the gate to Bayfront Park in Duluth, MN.
Sony RX100 Mk5, still functioning after being run over by my car.

More of my work can be found on my Northern Visions blog.

A Little Bit Creepy

Black And White Photography, David Jensen, Photography

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While out wondering around on a foggy Duluth day, I came upon this broken and twisted clump of trees.  I felt it had so much character, especially in the fog.

More of my images can be seen at my Northern Visions blog.

Simple Pleasures

Black And White Photography, David Jensen, Photography

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Spring brings certain simple pleasures along with the warming weather.  One of my favorites is the emergence of the pussy willows.  There is that brief period when they break open to expose the little fuzzy precursor to the actual leaf.  When harvested in this state and kept dry, they will last for months.  However, if you add water to the container they will continue their natural path to leafing out.

Canon 5DS, Canon EF 100mm f/1.8 Macro USM, ISO 50, 100mm, f/2.8, 1/400 sec, processed in Silver Efex Pro 2.

More of my photography can be found at my Northern Visions blog.