382 DAYS - 365 PHOTOS - Photo 322, taken April 26, 2005, Queensland, Australia.
Photo 289 dates back seven years to my first digital SLR camera — an originally Canon EOS Digital Rebel. This was the period when I was really learning how to shoot — or perhaps, that I wanted to really shoot.
Learning in Australia was a great place with the abundance of wildlife. This frog is actually on my wall outside my apartment and the photograph is taken at night. What is remarkable is its a 60 second exposure — yet the frog (which is on the side of a wall — not on the ground) is completely still.
Imagine photographing a person with no strobes in close to pitch black,for 60 seconds … your photo would not look like this.
An oldy, but a goody.
382 DAYS - 365 PHOTOS is a series of photographs from the archives of jonahkessel.com. Photographs span over eight years and include locations from all around the world. They fall in no particular order, but their own. 
For an explanation of why there are 382 days in this photo series instead of the traditional 365 days, see this link. To make bets on how many days will actually pass by the time it takes Jonah to post 365 pictures, see this link.

382 DAYS - 365 PHOTOS - Photo 322, taken April 26, 2005, Queensland, Australia.

Photo 289 dates back seven years to my first digital SLR camera — an originally Canon EOS Digital Rebel. This was the period when I was really learning how to shoot — or perhaps, that I wanted to really shoot.

Learning in Australia was a great place with the abundance of wildlife. This frog is actually on my wall outside my apartment and the photograph is taken at night. What is remarkable is its a 60 second exposure — yet the frog (which is on the side of a wall — not on the ground) is completely still.

Imagine photographing a person with no strobes in close to pitch black,for 60 seconds … your photo would not look like this.

An oldy, but a goody.


382 DAYS - 365 PHOTOS is a series of photographs from the archives of jonahkessel.com. Photographs span over eight years and include locations from all around the world. They fall in no particular order, but their own.

For an explanation of why there are 382 days in this photo series instead of the traditional 365 days, see this link. To make bets on how many days will actually pass by the time it takes Jonah to post 365 pictures, see this link.