Posts Tagged ‘flowers’

Flower Power

04Jul12

Flowers are a popular photography subject and understandably so. I know I can’t resist the temptation to shoot them no matter how common. For the most part I like to use a shallow depth of field to create a more abstract composition rather than an image that’s purpose is to record the structure of the […]


As is my tradition each January, I have just finished posting some of my favorite images from last year in my 2011 GALLERY! My first selections included over 100 photographs but acting as my own juror, I edited the gallery down to 40. The images represent places near (Barnegat, Eastern State Penetentiary, Longwood, local scenes) […]


On this first day to Summer I thought I’d bid farewell to Spring by sharing a few of the many flower photographs I’ve shot in the last few months. They were captured at various locations from Longwood Gardens to my own yard. Here they are in no particular order:


From the Garden

18Apr10

Garden enthusiasts everywhere rush to the garden once Spring arrives; raking, digging, pruning and nurturing plants that have managed to survive another winter. I have done my share of gardening over the years but have cut back recently, tired of fighting with the deer, voles, poor soil and shade. The kind of gardening I enjoy […]


I spent my summer vacation in Colorado! (From July 7th – 13th.) I met my sister, Gaile at the airport and we rented a car and drove to Gunnison where we would be staying in a cabin at the Mesa RV Resort. There we met up with my folks who were staying in their big […]


Local Scenes

05May09

I’ve gone from big city scenes last week to some country scenes this week. Spring can be a beautiful time no matter where you are (when it’s not raining). I have been wanting to document this field on Rt. 541 in Medford for some time and finally made it out there just before sunset a […]