Proof that your backyard can hold some of the most amazing subjects, if you are just willing to brave the cold, and always be ready for nature to make magic happen! This is composite of two images, each with a separate leaf in focus, as I prefer to...
One of my favorite spontaneous moments ever... A day of snowshoeing and photographing rock climbers (seen in the distance), turned into an epic opportunity when I spotted this cliff face. The snow rolling off the hill behind me made an excellent...
Fog on the seacoast, along with november trees,
Ice on a pond that was starting to melt.
A floating maple leaf shows its true colors as the others below are muted by the water.
Tripod, several filters, early morning light combine to make a dazzling image.
This flamingo was just two feet away. He was so unbothered by my photos that he actually fell asleep!
A reflection of a tree in the pond during sunset.
A sudden Spring rain instantly doubles the amount of blossoms that can be seen.
I think this looks like a California Carpenter Bee, but I doubt that it is since it was in my backyard in Wilmington, NC. I am fascinated with all the bees and can often be found in my garden taking photographs of all my little buzzing friends!
This little fella kept playing peek a boo with me while I tried to take his photo. I think he liked the attention!
I found this dead leaf when walking on a playground in the city of Calgary, and watching the sunset through it really gave me the magical feeling.
The grape harvest in Napa Valley was later this year allowing for photos of grapes on the vine and turning leaves. This is a three shot compilation using Photoshop HDR.
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