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January 16th, 2014

Behind The Shot: ‘Blue hill, Catharpin, Virginia, 2012′ by David Kressler

Posted By David Alexander Willis
From a series called Interface from David Kressler on urban and wild areas in contemporary landscape environmental photography
This image is part of a series called Interface that examines the intersection of urban and wild areas in our contemporary landscape. It was taken in an area of Northern Virginia that has seen an incredible amount of development in the last few years, with new housing going up everywhere. I am interested in the …
December 31st, 2012

After the Storm

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
This our latest release, After the Storm, Great Falls National Park, VA I took a quick trip to Great Falls National Park the other day in hopes of catching some dramatic light as a winter storm that produced snow, ice and rain moved out at sunset. It was a gamble but it paid off nicely …
June 14th, 2011

Sunset from Little Stony Man Cliffs, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
I’ve visited Little Stony Man Cliffs at least a dozen times before, sometimes with clients and sometimes alone. They face due west and therefore make a great location for sunset and later afternoon light. In all the years before, I have never been able to come away with anything truly epic from this spot, so …
February 23rd, 2011

Misty Morning in Shenandoah

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
Pastel Ridges from Skyline Drive
The Blue Ridge Mountains that run from Shenandoah National Park for over 500 miles south along the spine of Appalachian Mountains to Great Smoky Mountains National Park in eastern Tennessee offer some of the finest landscape photography on the East Coast. Some geologists speculate that that the undulating and eroded mountains of the Appalachians were …