Hi Followers new and old! I’ve noticed a lot of people still following this blog. I would like to encourage you to follow my blog at edgnarly.wordpress.com as well or instead. That is my main blog now. I’ve moved to Crested Butte, Colorado and I’ll be posting photos from CB at www.edgnarly.wordpress.com, so instead of following this blog which will not see any new updates, please follow my new blog.
Rather than simply letting the lights go dark and leaving everyone wondering where I’ve gone, I though I should explain that this is the end, at least for now, of Photo a day Breck. Its been a fun project over the last year and has served its purpose, getting me to take the camera out and post photos for you all to enjoy. But, alas, I am not in Breckenridge any more, and I don’t have access to a fantastic view of the 10 Mile Range from my bedroom. So for now, the lights here will be going off. I’ll leave the images that are posted here for people to continue to enjoy, but this will likely be the last post, though I may add photos from my archives at random, there won’t be anything close to a daily post. I’ll also post links to my other projects as they develop. For now, you can follow me by clicking like on Ed Carley Media on Facebook, checking out my other blog – edcarley.com, or following me on Twitter.
With that, I’ll leave you with a few last photographs from Lake Dillon.
Shot another time lapse, this time much shorter, only 9 seconds and added some motion to it. Check it out.
Playing around with shooting time lapse video with my new GoPro HD Hero2.
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Its Breck Bike week this week (http://www.gobreck.com/events/breck-bike-week) so I went for a bike ride. Went up on to Peak 8 and got a nice view from the winter Nordic Ski area and then came around a corner and almost bumped into a mule deer! I think the drought we are experiencing is making the wildlife a bit less scared of people. Not to mention the tourist feeding them. Please don’t do that. They are wild animals, not petting zoo animals. Anyway, pictures…
I won’t even pretend I didn’t heavily manipulate this photo. This is a combo of 6 shots, 3 of each side of the rainbow, treated with HDR (not too heavy a hand though), then merged into a panorama. Plus I played with the saturation and vibrance after that. So, take it for what it is. I normally don’t do HDR, because I don’t like it, its normally way over done. Anyway, it was a beautiful evening when I shot this. The light we get at Copper Mountain is pretty cool.