We found this old frame in the attic. David put it to his face and started hamming it up. I grabbed my camera and watched until I saw the essence of his personality and fired away.
Catching the moon at the right place and the right time is a challenge. Used double expoure to get the moon and buildings to balance. ISO 200, f10, 1.0sec, 400mm.
Thought this giraffe trying to cool off under this umbrella tree made for an interesting composition. He seemed motionless trying to conserve energy in the sweltering heat.
San Xavier del Bac is a historic mission, founded by Father Kino, on the San Xavier Reservation. It is still in use by the local community.
The only candy striped lighthouse in the world sits at the eastern most point of the United States, Quoddy Head State Park in Lubec, Maine.
A chilly and windy evening soon gives way to warm gap light that fired up the rim of the canyon and providing some warmth to those taking in the view. This happened to be one of the most dramatic light shows I have witnessed in the canyon.
While some people may try to avoid the summer at the grand canyon due to the heat and extremely high visitation on the south rim. I found it to be the perfect time to go. After waiting for a few hours for the sunset I had found a spot overlooking the...
I walked around the U.S. Capitol for about an hour taking hand held shots. While leaned up against a light post, I snapped this shot which is by far my favorite.
None is really needed....
Prague Castle, St. Vtus' Cathedral, Mala Strana, Charles Bridge, Vlatave River
Its been a while Seattle hasn't rain on New Years Eve and New Year's day. The weather was quite splendid, clear sky and dry. Although it was a bit cold but I'd rather prefer cold and dry than wet. Saturday 1/01/11 was also sunny, couldn't resist...
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.
Sunset in cemetery in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
The sun was moments from dipping below the western horizon so I had to rush to compose the shot and setup my tripod and camera. The combination of the lights on the cross and placing it in the upper right of the frame resulted in a very dramatic...
Early morning hours in St. Peter's Cathedral is the best time to photograph amazing light with less crowds.
Sunset from cedar breaks lookout at 10,300 feet. The thunder storms had been rolling through the area all day.
I was there walking and waiting for the sun to rise. You just never know. It was a breathtaking sunrise and worth the lack of sleep.
Saw this beautiful rainbow while driving and searched for a worthwhile structure. All that was available was this "Lighthouse" which I thought was perfect for this incredible subject
Part of the Native American ruins at Wupatki National Park, north of Flagstaff, Arizona
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Pioneer Days is one of the events they have at Ann Springs Greenway.
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Back end of Antelope Canyon
During February of this year I was in Arches National Park with some amazing conditions. I had never shot in fog before this nor have I since, and I don't think I've ever had more fun practicing photography. The elements transformed already amazing...
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The architecture in NYC is truly one of the most diverse in the world. I hope I have done the building justice and I hope you enjoy the photo as much as I do.
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