Down on the San Antonio River walk, there are a small set of waterfalls that are kind of snuck off to the side. It is the perfect place to take a snack after a long photowalk and just relax.
I have always been interested in this part of the river, truth be told this is the only part of the river down town I like. Most of the river walk is a massive tourist attraction that can get very crowded easily.
So it is nice to find a quiet corner. This is not a natural waterfall, but just a fountain off to the side in a grotto. Still, it is very pretty and relaxing.
Shot this with a 3D printed Pinhole on Kodak Ektar.
Education is all a matter of building bridges.~~ Ralph Ellison
I have had some interesting challenges thrown at me of late, and this has reinvigorated me in ways I would have never imagined. For those of you who do not know, I was recently laid off and this sent me into a panic to try and get everything back on track.
I think I have found a new home with some good people; who have encouraged and inspired me a bit. I have spent the last week or so with my nose buried in books trying to learn everything I can to be better at my new work place.
All of this has inspired me to completely redo my website; and dream up new and better content for here.
Let me know what you think of the new site.
I shot this with the Kiev 4AM.
Life has been full of some surprising changes as of late. But my passions are something that can stick with me and help guide me.
I shot this a few weeks ago while on a photo walk with a few friends in downtown San Antonio. We went inside one of the hotels and I went up a few floors and pulled out a 3d printed pinhole camera I have been playing with lately.
I really like the flares of light in this shot in particular. Two hands of sunlight reaching out to carry me away.
The tea garden is a favorite spot of mine in San Antonio. I have gone on a few photowalks here, but decided I wanted to have a bit of fun with the artificial waterfall that is situated in the garden.