low clouds make the fall seem to mist away
Chased a storm that had passed and chased it all the way to Williamsburg.
On a family trip to a Flower Festival at Sterling Forest, I caught this portrait of my Mother in the throngs of an nicotine anxiety attack because she dropped, and misplaced her lighter. It was a while ago,and while not technically complex, but the...
The expression of regret is an emotion like no other. It is not easily expressed and capturing the precise moment doesn't come often. As humans we make mistake and acknowledging it is part of the process, to once again maintain balance with ourselves.
Wife/mother admires her newborn, gently touching nose to cheek.
MY MIDDLE AND THE YOUNGEST IN IONIA BY THE RIVER
Taken at the top of Mt. Erie in the early morning with the fog not yet disapated.
Driving from Casper to Laramie, I was looking in my rear view mirror and saw this amazing site behind me. The sky was clouding up quickly and the clouds were moving fast, but there was a break in the clouds that was lighting up the entire chalk cliff...
Fern, Tokopah Trail, Sequoia National Park, 2007.
The winter of 2010 and early spring of 2011 was an especially heavy one in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. Depending upon the weather during the month of April, a marvelous phenomena can occur where the water freezes as it reaches the base of...
There's a weekly car show that I found out about and decided to try out shooting cars. As I was on the ground trying to find a right POV, the sun shined bright on the front of the car and I took the shot.
With the new Trinity River bridge not open yet, as you can see from the signposts w/o signs, I set up my tripod directly across from it in the mud and took this shot. The play of light off the fog is what captured my attention.
As I was driving to the area of the new Trinity River bridge still under construction, I saw this from a side road. I turned around, found a safe place to park and captured this image.
I planned to shoot this bridge in the wee hours and as I was driving to Dallas saw the fog, not sure what kind of shots I'd get. The new Trinity River Bridge was still under construction at this time
The morning before the devastating storm of 2011, I visited Monterosso. As I walked up to the old part of the village, I saw this shot and thought; B&W film noir style.
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Lake Haiyaha at first snow in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Lower Antelope Canyon in the morning light.
I spent Memorial Day at the National Cemetary at Indiantown gap Military reservation a few years ago. It was a long, hot, extremely emotional day. I think i took more photos with other peoples cameras and cell phones than my camera. Whenever i saw...
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As the sunsets over the snowdrifts it makes beautiful a beautiful contrast of light and dark.
After a cold and cloudy winter day, the clouds thinned just enough to get this beautiful light as the sun was setting.
Shot as new media photo for San Jose's The Trims, a band that has been described as "pure style with over-sexed lyrics about all things scandalous." Lead singer, Gabriel Maciel holds the elevator door open... also as a way inviting you, one of his...
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