Tuesday, May 22, 2012

YMCA Camp Jorn Spring Work Weekend

I spent last weekend volunteering for a summer camp I used to work for in 1991.  YMCA Camp Jorn is located in beautiful Manitowish Waters in Northern Wisconsin.  There have been a ton changes since I worked there more than 20 years ago, and the camp is looking great.  Maybe too much progress, but for the most part, everything looks professional and new.  After a full day of painting, I managed to grab my camera and get some photo sessions around camp.  These are a collection of my favorites from the weekend.

Aerial shot looking straight down at the amphitheater with sun rays peeking through the trees near sunset.  This is probably my favorite picture of the trip.  Would have been even better filled with kids singing camp songs by the fire.

Camp Jorn Aerial with Rest Lake in the background

Star Trails near the horse corral on a clear night.  These were 30 second exposures stacked together using the startrails.de software.

Moss growing on the roof of the Trips house

Steel Wool on Fire at the Swim Docks.  This is always a crowd-pleaser!

Light Painting seminar in the flickr ball field.  A few people tried their luck at writing backwards with a flashlight.  In this picture, the dotted line is my dog Maximus, with a lighted, flashing collar, running around the field.

Light painting with Kalijah

Additional images from the 2012 Camp Jorn Spring Work Weekend can be found by clicking here.

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