Orange crates stored till harvest.
Coils of water line.
Long exposure champagne
Moon shot through a fogged lens
Near one of the waterfalls in the Presque River in the Porcupine Mountains State Park, Michigan.
Close up of palm seeds
grass from local salt marsh
This is a reflection of a plastic ring against white screen lit up by a projector from the back. No photoshop!
This was a sunset taken from a duck blind at Lake Okeechobee. I made some adjustments in PhotoShop to create this abstract..
I had just received my Minolta lens and went out on a shoot. I started just before sunrise and by 10am it was over 100F. I was hot and ready to go home when I saw this skyscraper out of the corner of my eye. I drove till I found it and there was a...
This image is a double exposure of a weeping willow. One image was taken with the tree in focus and the second with the tree out of focus. In post-processing, the leaves on the tree were "warmed up" to produce the golden tone.
I hadn't tried to do much with pictures using Elements and was looking for a shot to test it out. I came across this old car in a junk yard, walked around it and I knew exactly what I wanted to do with the shot. I really liked how it turned out.
I had forgotten my tripod at home, so most of my shots were awful. I figured I'd play with the camera and got this shot out of it. I really like how the bell window came to the front almost framing the steeple. No editing was done to this photo.
Just messing about with the camera on a night shoot and liked how this turned out. No editing was done.
While visiting my daughter, we decided to do our first night shoot together. I of course left my tripod at home, so most of my shots were trashed. This is one I saved as I love how the natural branch looks ghostly amongst the strong color. Got to love...
This is a long exposure zoom blur of a sunset behind my house during the middle of winter. I turned the camera during the exposure to get this image.
The setting sun is reflected in this farm pond in rural Virginia. I isolated some of the aquatic foliage by zooming into a small portion of the pond that was receiving direct gold light.
In side the Madera Canyon wilderness during a seasonal rainstorm.
Also labeled: Black & White
An old gnarled tree root twists over a small creek.
The white bark of a palo verde tree stretches out dramatically against an overcast sky.
Also labeled: Black & White, Grayscale, Landscapes, Light, Nature, Seasons, Sun & Sky, Textures, Trees
The motion of water in Turtle Creek at 1/2 second.
Part of a sun dial sculpture in front of Binghamton, New York's Federal Court House building. An interesting conversation piece of abstract.
Also labeled: Landscapes
No it's not Mars, but sure looks like a planet. This is a thermophile created by the minerals in the waters that run from the geysers at Yellowstone.
Abstract Assignment: Gave the image a B/W treatment and worked the grain of the sand.
Flash with 2nd curtain--these types of shots are a lot of fun.
We feed our birds & they planted a sunflower seed for us. We have been watching grow taller every day. We are now waiting for it to burst open. This is it's beauty before the bloom.
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