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Happy Halloween!

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It’s crazy to think that 2023 is almost over, I’m nearly 18, and I will be a college student studying computer science soon. It feels like just yesterday that I was writing my first Windows Forms apps and trying to get through middle school. Now, with the next stage of my life looming, it’s become even easier for me to get lost thinking about the future. However, I’ve decided to stop for a moment and focus on what is going on right now: Halloween 2023! Unfortunately, I don’t believe that I will be celebrating this year, (busy life, busy friends, etc.) but I did take some pictures. Take a look! Although I wish I got more, I enjoyed all of these shots. I hope you did, too, and Happy Halloween! The smoke bomb pictures were taken at school on a Canon Rebel T3i. For the cat picture, I used my personal Canon Rebel T7. I utilized the standard Canon 18-55mm lens for all of these photos. As usual, all of these were shot in manual mode.

Late October Photography

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Hey, y’all! Yesterday, I went with my friend Andrew to visit my grandparents and explore their property. Naturally, I took my camera along and got some photos. Take a look! I had a lot of fun taking these photos, and I hope you enjoyed looking at them. Shot on a Canon Rebel T7 with a Canon 18-55mm lens.

Feast of the Hunter’s Moon Photography

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Hey, everyone! Last Saturday, I attended The Feast of the Hunter’s Moon in West Lafayette, Indiana. It’s essentially a historical festival that takes place every year in October. To quote their website :  “The Feast of the Hunters’ Moon is a re-creation of the annual fall gathering of the French and Native Americans which took place Fort Ouiatenon, a fur-trading outpost in the mid – 1700s. It is held annually in early autumn on the banks of the Wabash River, four miles southwest of West Lafayette, Indiana.” It’s a fun event with tons to see (and eat)! I’ve gone several times and encourage anyone around Indiana to check it out next year. Anyway, as you could probably guess, I took some photos. All of these were shot in manual mode on a Rebel T7 with a Canon telephoto lens. Take a look! I found that I really enjoyed the photos above. Evidently, the event coordinators did too. I shared my photos with them, and they appeared on the official Instagram story not long after! I’m glad that I w