H2O For this week the Weekly Photo Challenge theme is good old H2O. As a landscape photographer water is the prevailing theme in many of my photographs. When looking through my photos trying to decide which photos to include in this post it appears that roughly three quarters of my photos contain water in one… Read More
Cascading over rock and boulder, its voice the chorus in the music of the forest.
Dreaming The Dream Of Autumn Days shorten, in the air a chill. Landscape awash in brilliance. The waters pass on their meandering journey. To dream the dream of autumn. Click HERE for more dreams.
Does the water, as it rushes past the ice hanging in crystalline beauty, realize they are one and the same?
“But calm, white calm, was born into a swan” ~Elizabeth Coatsworth
Going Back Again… …and again. * * * Have you ever made a photograph that you just weren’t sure about? Not sure if it was good enough to keep, good enough to share, should it simply be deleted? This is one of those photos. * * * Time and again I… Read More
Mid Stream, Mid Leap, By The Light Of The Moon With time to kill one evening this past week, I stopped by a small stream near where I work to capture a few long exposures of fallen leaves swirling on the water’s surface. Two of my favorites from my experiments with leaves, water, and time,… Read More
Falling Waters. Camera Body: Canon EOS 1D Mk IIN Lens: Canon 70-200 f4L non-IS ISO 400, f11 @ 0.5 seconds. Original capture date: Oct. 3, 2010 Don’t Forget! You have until January 5th, 2013 to cast your vote for your favorite JSP image of 2012. You can win print of it too! Details HERE.
Awaiting The Launch. Not long after sunrise, large groups of photographers gather for the morning launch of the hot air balloons at the 2010 Pittsfield, NH Hot Air Balloon Festival. Canon EOS 1D Mk IIN Canon EF 50mm f1.4 iso 100, 6 seconds @ f11
Buried treasure, hidden gems, forgotten images. Beginning today, I’m starting a new weekly series titled, you guessed it, “Sunday’s Hidden Treasure.” I love to make photographs, and I make a lot of them. That’s not to say I’m a “spray and pray, hope for the best” photographer. I am quite deliberate when I press the… Read More