The Laurel Highlands is one of my favorite places in the keystone state. It’s home to Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Fallingwater,” multiple state parks, and one of the most colorful autumns in the northeast. So when Emily suggested we go camping for the weekend, I jumped at the chance. After a long day of bicycling, we crashed pretty hard. With good weather and a vibrant golden hour, it was impossible to resist shooting some candids. I love this lens (Nikkor AF-S DX 35mm f/1.8) . All the photo specifics are available on my flickr.
Emily even tried her hand at portraits. The D5000 is a really great camera to teach on. Here’s me. Please excuse the expression.