Oshie's World

Life Through A Golden Eye



The Waterfall

This is the same waterfall that Nancy and Oshie posed in front of. It was not very big but it was still cool to see. I was a little more artsy with this shot and blurred the water by using a slower shutter and smaller aperture. Lens was the Tamron 15-30mm f/2.8 VC and of course mounted on my trusty Canon 7d2.



My Favorite People

My two loves sitting in front of the waterfall. We had to hike down a logging trail to get to this waterfall. The trail was off the Blue Ridge Parkway in the Pisgah National forest and at the head of the trail there was a noticed saying the trail was closed until further notice. Well we ignored the sign and were going to claim ignorance if we somehow we were caught. We also had driven pretty far from where we were staying and wanted to see a waterfall. We were a little disappointed when we found it but it was an excellent backdrop for some photos!

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And Another

Another shot from the Parkway with Oshie hanging out the window while stopped at one of the overlooks.


Blue Ridge Parkway

I have been lazy lately and neglected my posting. I still have a bunch of images from our trip to Asheville last month that I want to process and post and I will get to it eventually I promise. Here is a shot of the mountains from the Blue Ridge Parkway.


Can I Have Some?

Another photo from the trip to Asheville. We had pizza for lunch downtown and that happens to be one of Oshie’s favorite foods ha-ha. I will have some more pictures from the trip posted soon. There are still a bunch from the mountains and the Biltmore house that I haven’t processed.

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If I stare long enough maybe they will give me some pizza bones

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