LothLorien Woods: part 1
This past weekend we traveled into the gorge, before climbing up into Washington, in the area of Mount Adams. Twelve miles north of the town of White Salmon stands a unique tree house, floating in between a group of Lodgepole Pine, nestled on the edge of a rolling field. On the opposite side of the field lies a peaceful farm; horses trotting up and down the farms border, grazing on the grass. Robins fishing for worms in the damp, tilled dirt. The weather was pretty unpredictable, offering up almost anything you can imagine; warm sun, mist, rain, hail, snow. Every hour brought a different landscape. Being out away from society really gives you a different perspective on the world. I recently came across a glidecam. I was excited to put it to use with my Canon T2i I packed it along for the ride beside my 40d, which I used to take some photos as well. In Part 1 is a look at the compiled edit of shots I took with the T2i, using the glidecam in many of the shots.