Posts Tagged ‘pitcher plant’

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 […]


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:


Nature Studies

10Dec09

At the end of last month 3 of my friends from the South Jersey Camera Club (Joanna, Terry, Jeanne) and I met in the dark and headed out to Whitesbog for sunrise. Our plan was to catch the Tundra Swans sleeping and make award winning photographs of them in the early morning light. As so […]