Sometimes when driving home on John Anderson drive (part of the “Loop”), I can see boat traffic on the Intracoastal Waterway as I approach Highbridge. If I see something interesting such as this tugboat and barge, I can stop at the parking area near the bridge. This is when a phone camera come in handy. We usually have one with us. Tugboat on ICW at Highbridge from Ronald Coleman on Vimeo.
Friday night my wife was out of town visiting her mother and family in North Carolina. Rather than eat at home alone, I drove down to the Ocean Walk in Daytona beach. This was an opportunity to eat, listen to some music at historic band shell, and do some low-light late-evening photography. Also special parking fee at event. I had a fish Ruben with French fries and a couple of Yuenglings at Joe’s Crab Shack. Joe advertises $2 domestic beers during Happy Hour. However, Joe does not consider Yuengling to be a domestic beer even though it is America’s Oldest Brewery. Go figure! If you want to know more about the historic band shell and Ocean Walk visit: http://www.oceanwalkshoppes.com and http://www.friendsofthebandshell.org . Here is a video slideshow of a few images I took that night. I hope you enjoy and thank you for watching. Ocean Walk Park – Daytona Beach, FL from Ronald Coleman on Vimeo.
I took this image on my travels into the interior of Borneo 1984 as part of a conservation study of the orangutans. The location is Camp Leakey within Tanjung Puting National Park. In those old days we captured images on photographic film, the kind we had developed at the local drugstore. This one I scanned into my computer and post enhanced using Adobe Photoshop and creative effect applied with Topaz Impression. If you are interested in the work there today, checkout this link: https://orangutan.org/