Daffodils, longer exposure with camera in motion.
Flowering quince bushes, longer exposure, camera in motion.
A stellar sunset sky over some farm fields near Greenbluff northeast of Spokane, WA I wanted to make it look like a new planet of cosmic purples, reds etc like maybe one on the other side of The Universe.
While visiting Phuket Thailand on vacation this lovely young lady was ready to go out on the town and I just took, with her permission, a quick shot of her.
Spanish Moss macro.
Shredded Date Palm leaf silhouetted by the civil twilight at sunrise in Phoenix, AZ
I was driving along Skyline drive and the sky kept opening and closing. Light would burst through at various points for only a few seconds. I was trying to capture another burst of light but that closed as soon as I got out of the car and then this...
translucid cocoon, found glued on a tree at a natural reserve
seagull at pacific ocean sunset.
A long (10 sec) exposure captures the late afternoon sun in the redwood canopy above Fall Creek, in the Santa Cruz Mountains near Felton, CA.
From the side view mirror
A beautiful pattern of shells in the sand, illuminated by the setting sun
The superstition mountains are arguably one of the most spectacular regions of the southwest. Rugged canyons and cliffs stretch for miles while here the edge of the western flank of the mountain sits above lost dutchman state park. I had hoped to get...
A stunning view of the Arizona landscape scene through the branches of old growth pine trees.
This is actually a long exposure zoom blur of trees accros the road from my house duing January 2011. I duplicated the orginal image and flipped it horizontaly and placed it next to my orginal image. It suprisingly created this bizare (and mildly...
I TOOK THIS PICTURE IN A TRIP TO BAJA CALIFORNIA 2011-
while walking down to photograph brown bears fishing in a nearby creek i came across this field that had been frosted overnight. i took several pictures at a wide angle then quitte a few macro. this is one of them.
This shot was memorable because I just started experimenting with taking pictures of small toys in random places. I was also going for the carousel image.
A Grey Heron taking a rest in Mobile Bay, Alabama, along the Gulf Coast
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This is one of my most memorable moments because I felt at one with nature while watching the sun rise through the mist at twilight. Not event the soft click of my camera shutter could break our silent reflections and anticipation of the new day.
Elevated blind that barely survived the west Texas grass fires of mid- April 2011. Fires left behind a scorched moonscape.
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