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Desert Five Spot

In Spring of 2005, an historic wildflower bloom was experienced in Death Valley National Park due to approximately 6 inches of rain […]

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Sunrise Mist

When early-morning air temperature differs just enough from the water temperature in a pond, lake or river, you get a rising mist […]

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Reserved II

Want to see this image on your wall? All my work is for sale in either unsigned, open editions or by contacting me for signed, limited editions. The image above is the light reflecting off […]

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Stretch

Early to mid-February always puts me in mind to photograph Great Blue Herons. It’s around this time of year when they begin to build their nests and start their mating rituals. Richmond, Virginia had a great rookery right near the downtown area […]

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Mixed Light

A major benefit to the act of going back through all my images is the opportunity to find diamonds in the rough: images that I passed over for whatever reason when originally processing a shoot, but that really strike me when […]

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Scott’s Run Waterfall

Another waterfall in Northern Virginia is where Scott’s Run, in Fairfax County, spills into the Potomac just outside the beltway around Washington, DC. This autumn, Scott’s Run was running low enough that a sand bar […]

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Piney Run Falls at Potoma Wayside

In my last post, I mentioned the waterfall on Piney Run where it meets the Potomac River near Harper’s Ferry. Today’s image is that waterfall. I will also admit something I’m somewhat embarrassed about: the […]

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Autumn Reflections

In northwest Virginia, near the border with West Virginia and Maryland, outside the famous town of Harper’s Ferry, there is area near the Potomac River called the Potoma Wayside. I have no idea who dropped the […]

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Tranquil

A calm sea, pastel skies, and cotton clouds. This image was taken during a recent trip to the ocean. I was attracted to the color in the sky; blue-green descending to a very subtle, light […]

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Ghostly Morning

The advent of Digital Photography introduced many changes for photographers, but I would have to say that the greatest alteration in my personal approach to the art was in the retention of “rejects.” Disk space is much […]

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