While out backpacking at Crystal Cove State Park a few weeks ago I decided to experiment with some night photography. I was hoping to do some star work, but heavy fog nixed that idea. I instead played with some flower and intimate landscape work, but nothing really shone.
I also decided to try a self portrait, lit only by the light of a windproof camping candle given to me by a hiking friend who (sadly) moved away last year. Here’s the result:
To see more pictures from the trip, head to my Crystal Cove State Park Wilderness Gallery or read my Flowers of Crystal Cove State Park: The joys of a foggy morning post.