Always look behind you and be willing to run…
“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…”
“…a lone Redbud against a darker background while lit by the sun as if in a spotlight…”
“…I wanted to experiment with using them as the backdrop of the snow, to create a layer of texture (the snow) on top of a background of texture (the cliff)…”
“…all the elements came together perfectly and the clouds overhead lit up in an amazing display of color…”
“Long exposure photography allows us to experience a continuously moving scene as a frozen moment…”
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…
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 […]
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,
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.
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
For various reasons, I can sometimes go through a seriously long stretch where I don’t take any photographs. I seem to be in one of
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