Monthly Archives: June 2014

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The Tempest

Another image from the rapids of the James River. This scene struck me for the solitary boulder fighting what will ultimately be a losing battle against the current.

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Second Place at Art Works!

My image “Paired Up” (since renamed to “Sunset Observance”) was awarded second place in this month’s Juried Multi-Media show. I’ve entered a LOT of these shows at Art Works and this is the first one […]

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Colors in the Tempest

One of the nicest things about living in Richmond, Virginia is the proximity to the James River and the rapids that exist right in the downtown area. When the water is low enough, a number […]

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Early Morning Grandeur

Mornings at the James River offer a near-infinite range of photographic opportunities. As the level of the river rises and falls based on how much or how little rainfall we receive different scenes present themselves. […]

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Whytake.net Image of the Day

Not too long ago, I was pointed toward a website with the odd name of whytake.net. This is a social networking kind of website for nature photographers and I must say that I was extremely […]

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Reserved

The reflection of the Federal Reserve building in downtown Richmond creates an abstract scene when coupled with a long exposure to blur the motion of the water. The highlight in the water is caused by […]

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Sunset Observance

Lately, I’ve been enjoying evenings and mornings on the James River, photographing the many Herons that are visiting. We have a rookery on an island in the river right at the downtown area that grows […]

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