Little back story, when I was allot younger, sledding for a day with friends I frostbit my hands bad. Since that time of course cold weather will affect my hands pretty easy. While open water fishing in early spring of late fall neoprene gloves will usually help.
Just recently I went on a combination Ice Fishing trip/photo trip to the Pettenwell Lake area in Wisconsin. While I had what I consider good gloves and liners along, both in Ice Fishing and Photography my hands where taking a toll early. So what this post is about is asking for your opinions if you've run into the same thing that worked for you? And thanks in advance!
Till next time happy clicking
Hi all, Just returned from a fun weekend. How was it made fun you ask. Well I was able to combine two loves of mine. Fishing and photography. The trip was organized by my good friend Keith, and included a number of folks that we fished with last summer in Canada, as well as some new folks. We're planned on Ice Fishing on the Pettenwell Flowage near Friendship, Wi. Fishing while slow, was made fun by the great group of guys I was with.
The photography part came in before and After. I was able to take off early and stay another day for the trip. So going up I drove through Sauk City, Wi to see what Eagle action could be had. Did not see many at that time, so I decided to drive up some side road up to Pettenwell Flowage looking on any options along the way. I was very please to find a large amount of Eagles around Pettenwell which I was able to photograph on Friday afternoon and Sunday.
I will be posting more, but here's one for you to start with. Please note my Web site has changed www.imagesbylemke.org. Do you want to see how a picture with look in a room, now you can! Including your room paint options etc.
Hope you enjoy the Eagle image as much as I enjoyed getting it!
Till next time
Hello all, thought I’d start off the 2016 by considering resolutions. As for myself I personally don’t believe in New Year’s resolutions I don’t think there’s something that is easily latched upon and fulfilled. That said as photographers we normally find ourselves doing our craft alone. Something over 2015 that I really enjoyed was the chance of sharing my love/experience in photography with others. A number of times this found us at our local zoo. Which led to other things such as good friend doing a thesis on the possible ideas to enhance the habitats to the zoo, she’s being an architectural major. Others just going to try out new cameras they may have purchased, or just wanted to try a different aspect in their photography. My goal in 2016 is to continue sharing, I’ve talked to some who have cameras but really never tried it outside of maybe family pictures. So my possible suggestion to you is to considering doing the same. You’ll never know what light that spark into enthusiasm for somebody else, maybe your sharing will be that spark. What greater gift can you give!
Till much time
I'm a photographer who loves animal photography. Trying to capture that perfect moment is a passion of mine.