The Stillness

Here is another image from earlier this year that I finally got around to working with. This was taken back in May as the river

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The River City

My home town is known as The River City for a reason. I created this image back in June and only recently decided to work

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Rushing Waters at Sunrise

I have to give my wife credit for the inspiration behind this image. When she saw yesterday’s image of the Great Blue Heron, she told me I should go back to the river and just shoot the water in the rapids. (Not as a critique – she loved the Heron image!)

So, this morning, I was back at the river […]

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Great Blue Heron

The James river is currently experiencing some not-insignificant flooding due to several days of heavy rain, causing the water to be a bit more “rapid

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Continuing the theme

I think everyone’s pretty aware that it’s been rather cold this winter, so I’m sure you don’t need any more reminders from me! But, when

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