While I normally prefer landscape photography, this holiday scene outside of Marshall Field's on Chicago's State Street made for a beautiful memory of our first visit to the city.
A shot of Saint Martin's sign, taken through the boughs of a pine tree. Taken during Amberg's Christmas Markt. A nice reminder that the spirit of the season is less about the trappings and more about the reason.
Early morning frost partically covers the roof of a Mustang.
two boats ready for the winter rapids
After over a foot of snow, ducks do what they do.
The beach boardwalk near the lighthouse
Light painting some local graffiti... roughly 1 minute exposure where I traced the outlines of the graffiti with my headlamp to create a surreal highlight.
Detail; from the prairies.
Easter snow storm of Dallas in 2009 with 14 inches in 24 hours.
Snow covered hummocks on this bog made this winter landscape look almost like dunes.
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Wind-sculpted snow mirrors the afternoon sky on a cold, blue-sky winter day.
A snow-covered bog and eerie evening sky created an other-worldly winter scene.
The Green Heron sits atop a leafless winter tree for all to see. Soon after this shot the Mockingbirds who fancy themselves as police of the forests ran him off.
reflection in mud puddle
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