Tag Archives: Rocks

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Three River Rocks and Grasses

The James has experienced some flooding this year in late Spring and early Summer, and I was curious what the effect would be on this location […]

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Redbud on the Rocks

Among all the flowering trees that make Spring really special, my favorite is, by far, the American Redbud. I’ve had a scene in my head for a while now […]

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Snowfall at Goose Creek

When the weather forecast began to predict periods of heavy snow, I began to plan an image to take advantage of what could be the first significant snowfall […]

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Sunrise on the James

Taking a gamble on the quality of a sunrise paid off in spades recently when I returned […]

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The Promise of a New Day

I was recently able to take advantage of a quick trip down to Richmond, Virginia and spent a few minutes at one of my favorite places […]

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Peaceful Sunrise

Long exposure photography allows us to experience a continuously moving scene as a frozen moment […]

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Rock Pile

The making of this image was an exercise in making lemon-aid from lemons […]

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Horseshoe Bend Sunset

This is the story of the largest image I’ve taken to date: Horseshoe Bend Sunset combines 62 51-megapixel images.

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Lower Antelope Chaos

The water-and-wind-blasted sandstone slot canyons known as Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon are home to amazing displays of warm and cool colors, […]

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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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