This past weekend I went to New York City to meet up with a good friend. On my way I stopped in Connecticut to visit my aunt, uncle, and cousins. A little ways before I got to their house, I came across a dam that had this really unique looking stone, castle building that went out into the water. It was a foggy afternoon with sprinkling rain. There was this old mid-evil feeling to the scene because of the stone, fog on the water, and the rugged wooden door. It was really beautiful. The door really stood out and I was immediately attracted to the texture of it. Without hesitation, I pulled over and started snapping photos. I didn’t spend along time there because I was somewhat on a time schedule, but I am glad I stopped to get a few photos. I could have spent so much more time there exploring different angles. I also wish I had my tripods with me so I could set up my external flashes to light up the scene and get some really neat effects. I hope to go back sometime with my flashes to get some great lighting shots and maybe bring some people for some awesome portraits. I did a few different color and tone adjustments to get a slightly different feel for each of the photos, but I of course can adjust any photo to the color or tone of choice, if by chance anyone wanted to purchase them. Side note…I do have price lists for my photos on my blog and website by the way. Just saying. The only ones that are discretionary in terms of not being for sale are of client portraits. Soon I will post a couple of photos from my time in New York City!