Always look behind you and be willing to run…
“…I needed a location I knew well enough to be able to arrive before sunrise and get set up in the dark…”
“…all the elements came together perfectly and the clouds overhead lit up in an amazing display of color…”
“One should not only photograph things for what they are but for what else they are.” – Minor White
An afternoon spent exploring the Mesquite Flat Dunes in Death Valley National Park was rewarded with a beautiful sunset over the dunes.
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
My last two posts showed the beauty of a Sedona sunrise, while today’s post puts a Sunset on exhibit. When reality disappoints, the artist creates
Not long after completing all the images needed for “Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte” (the subject of my last post), a hole in the clouds to
I am really enjoying exploring my new home. Loudoun County, Virginia is rather large and quite rural, offering many locations to photograph if you can
My new home near the Potomac River has its advantages, such as dramatic sunrises or moody, foggy mornings. I do have to admit, however, that
On my way to photograph Glacier National Park, I came across this beautiful sunrise scene along I-90 in southern Montana. This image was created by
Details to follow, but for now, here are some initial images from my recent trip to the Eastern Sierra and Death Valley areas…
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