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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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Ice-Bound Abstracts

Kephart Bridge Landing has a trail that runs along Goose Creek just before it flows into the Potomac River […]

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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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The Clouds Below

One of my favorite photography-related quotes is credited to Minor White: “One should not only photograph things for what they are but for what else they are.” […]

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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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Beach After Storm

On a recent family trip to the coast, we encountered fairly stormy conditions in the evenings […]

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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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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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