Rays of a full moon lit up this tree and the trail so I could find my way home.
While visiting my father in Sarasota, for his 80th birthday, we woke up to a beautiful, thick, heavy fog. While walking around his property I caught this beautiful spider web weighing heavy with the mornings dew...something I seldom find in my home...
Reflections of logs in a small pond in Wilderness State Park, Michigan.
Morning fog and dust from the gravel road combined to filter the light coming through the trees.
Gilbert Lake is on the trail to Kearsarge Pass, in the John Muir Wilderness area of the Eastern Sierra Nevada, CA
Young girl sitting on top a garbage can looking out into the world, wanting someone to accept her as she is.
It was a bleak cloudy morning when I left Yellowstone driving towards Jackson. As I passed by the lake at Oxbow bend, I decided to pull over and marvel at the sight of the fast moving, low lying clouds as they wrap around Mt. Moran.
It was a bleak cloudy morning when I left Yellowstone driving towards Jackson. As I passed by the lake at Oxbow bend, I decided to pull over and marvel at the sight of the fast moving, low lying clouds as they slam to the side of Mt.Moran. I took...
I was headed back east after a day hike to the top of Laramie Peak. There were many fields (of wheat??) with a storm moving in.
"Living Water" an image I will never forget taking. Welcome to Djon, a tiny village that is so far off the radar in Togo West Africa. We were blessed to reach the village, in the last three years our group has been the only ones to reach them. ...
This image is part of an ongoing series of works experimenting with the effect of gross overexposure. I like the way overexposure can render an image down to an almost sketch like quality.
All the tourists look like ants from high up on the bridge tower.
Having a balcony on Las Ramblas has its advantages
Early morning hours in St. Peter's Cathedral is the best time to photograph amazing light with less crowds.
Also labeled: Water, Textures, Seasons, Monuments, Light, Landscapes, Historic Locations, Black & White
Portait of my father using a Nikon manual SLR camera with textures and manipulation added
Photo taken while travelling I40 towards California. Photo taken in late January along I-40 West -- unsure of exact state or location.
This shot was taken at dusk and the sky was darkened after a set of Kubota black and white effects was administered. The original was then masked back in to give the yellow light of the lamp which gave it an eerie glow. I originally loved this shot...
Children of the Himba tribe in northwestern Namibia
My daughter Heidi is discovering speed!
Also labeled: Black & White
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