Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Infrared | Marshall Point Light


Marshall Point Light... one of my favorite stops while on the coast. I usually battle a small crowd while I'm here shooting, but this year it was surprisingly low... However, I did manage to end up with some random strangers in some of my shots, along with some shots that featured my camera bag... go figure. I did myself in a couple of times. This lighthouse was featured in the movie Forrest Gump when Forrest made the lighthouse his final eastern destination in his run across America. This lighthouse has also been the unfortunate scene of me falling off a rather small rock. I've managed to scale some rather large rocks in my time in Maine... but I've learned to watch out for those small rocks that roll under your feet. They are pretty evil.

3 comments:

Carl September 8, 2010 at 7:44:00 AM EDT  

Watch out for those small rocks they will get ya everytime. I found a few folks had managed to get into a few of my shots at Nobska light, but all in all I had to battle myself. This was my first trip with the 10mm fisheye. So times no matter how hard I tried there was no way to keep my shadow out of the frame. LOL.

Great IR by the way!

Jerry Deese September 10, 2010 at 10:21:00 PM EDT  

Wow, nice IR. Really digging this one.

I'm going to have to send you some bubble wrap to wear when you go out shooting.

Victoria Fatum September 10, 2010 at 11:14:00 PM EDT  

Carl... I can understand the shadow thing with a wide angle. It's either that or your feet... when you're least expecting in :)

Jerry... that might be a good thing to send me... maybe that way I'd end up with less scars. And thank you :)

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