Black & White
This hansom guy was just hangin' out in my yard. I was able to get this image by setting up my gear on a particular Jatropha bloom and waiting for the right pose.
A 3.5 years old Child, who has lost his parents at the age of 2 then he was brought to a women to look after him. In the conclusion, he was forced to work in order to income money for his own food. But in this age, he was supposed to go to school &...
First winter snow from previous night causing lots of fog in the Yosemite Valley, while waiting for the sun breaking through the clouds, I was quickly switching to lens to catch the fog moving the front of El Capitan.
Kayaking the Cupsuptic River, i came about the Loon that appeared dead. As not to disturb it,I shot with my zoom 70-200zoom lens, fully extended. loons , When sitting on their egg[s], the play dead ward off any intruders.
Hiked for many hours trying to beat that storm coming in. Made it to the top before the storm and took this shot. Lightly touched up in elements.
Sunset from outside Valentine at Historical Marker south of town.
Zebra family in Tala Game Reserve north of Durban, South Africa
An old railroad bridge in Binghamton, New York that stretches over the Susquehanna River. No longer in use, however makes for a great center piece for photography.
dark skies and whimsical furniture
Petrified tree shot in early morning fog
A herd of zebras gathered together
Everyone knows Hocking Hills for it's waterfalls. I chose to give the ledges some much deserved appreciation.
Visiting the falls after a heavy rainfall made for beautiful photos! The slow shutter speed only helped enhance it!
I took this photo from a distance on the path down to the observation deck. Using a slow shutter speed, I was able to capture the unique beauty the falls have to offer!
This photo was shot on the same day as the rainbow shots I've posted. I knew the way the weather had been so active all day long that I needed to find a west facing vantage point for right about sunset. The weather forecast showed it to be improving...
Yellow Daffodil photo taken in the garden on my property in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma with an Apple Ipad on a Spring afternoon in May.
Clouds they say are many things Some clouds are thunderous some clouds have wings Some are dull, some stand apart But most of all, they are a work of art They come in colors of black and white Also shades of crimson delight There’s brilliant...
this photo is taken in Maranjab desert
I couldn't withhold the pressure anymore and shattered to pieces; heartbroken and lonely.
BW HDR image
Also labeled: Water
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