An early morning in Shenandoah National Park. And by early I mean, I left my tent at 5:00am to charge my camera's battery in the bathroom of the campground, cleaned my telephoto lens, then walked to a clearing in the dark and hoped to catch a good sunrise and see anything worth shooting. It was freezing (part of why I woke up) and the frosted grass crunched beneath my feet the whole time.
All of these were taken with a Canon Rebel t2i, using either 200mm telephoto or 50mm f1.4 lenses.
The last few were just taken on the Skyline ridge drive, the C&O railroad in Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, at my campsite in Big Meadows, and one during a traffic jam while I was bored :) I'm so excited to begin new artwork with these and the interesting stuff I've collected along the road so far.