Follow Elvis

Surf's Up!


Swimming at Whitefish Dunes State Park in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.   Just follow the foot prints through the ice and snow to the swimming area.  Easy!
Surf's up - sun's out!  What more could you ask for?

Surf's Up!

Made with a Nikon D810 and 24-70mm lens set at 32mm.  F/8, 1/320 second, ISO 64.



Generation Gap

Old power lines being feed by renewable wind turbines in Dexter, Minnesota on a windy and cold February morning.

Elvis was traveling from Iowa when he noticed this scene. Even though the outside temperature was -3 degrees Fahrenheit, with howling, sustained 35 mile per hour winds, Elvis braved the elements to bring you this rather bleak landscape.

The symmetry, geometry and trigonometry contained in the single frame is what caught Elvis' eye.

Note: with temperatures this low and winds this high it is PAINFUL to be outside. Pain, as in banging your knee on a sharp corner, getting your fingers caught in a closing door or getting poked in the eye with a sharp stick. Your eyes water, your lips can't move and there is searing pain on any exposed skin. Really, it hurts!

Generation Gap

 The photograph was made with a Nikon D810 and a 14-24 mm lens set at 14mm.



Godlight on Leaf

Sunlight breaks on an autumn leaf.

Some refer to these sunlight rays as god-light or buddha-light.  Elvis just thinks its pretty.

God Light on Leaf

Made with a Sony A7s and a 55mm lens with settings of ISO 125, f/9 and 1/60


End of Summer - Kelly Lake

End of Summer at Kelly Lake, Wisconsin.  The autumn ritual of removing the dock.  A timelapse sequence made with a Nikon D810.  All exposure settings on manual.  One photograph every two seconds using the timelapse function of the Nikon D810.  Lens was the Nikkor 14-24 f/2.8 zoom set at 14mm, manual focus.


Mirror Image

This manuever, aptly named the reflection pass, is performed by two members of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds team in a pair of F-16 Falcon fighter aircraft at EAA AirVenture 2014 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin on August 2, 2014.

U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds

Made with a Sony A-6000 and a Nikon 70-200 f/2.8 lens (yes, manually focused)