My love/hate relationship with long exposure photography. What I love is that when the conditions are right the resulting images can be quite striking. Silky smooth water, windblown clouds creating dramatic streaks of color across the sky, all good stuff that requires long exposure times to capture. But, and here’s the rub, I hate the… Read More
The roots and the river bank called to me. We spoke of shadow and light.
Curves, So Many Curves. Nature Loves The “S” Curve. The Gentle Curve Of A Raindrop. Curved Brush Strokes In Lush Green.
From above on the slopes of Cadillac Mountain, sunrise over Frenchman’s Bay and the Porcupine Islands. Acadia National Park, Maine. (Click on the photo to see the full image) From above on a 50 – 60 ft (15 – 18m) ledge, looking down on Bridal Veil Falls. Castle In The Clouds, Moultonborough, New Hampshire. From… Read More