Posts Tagged ‘water’

Water’s Draw

20Jun17

It was always my dream to live on a mountain lake but as it turns out I am perfectly happy to have some nearby. “I’d rather live on a mountain lake than along the ocean,” I’d say. For me lakes are more relaxing than the sometimes harsh and exposed conditions of the seashore. I do […]


Going through my 2014 images folder, I’ve been tossing shots I know I’d never use to make more room on my hard drive. It’s a good thing … I’ve discovered a few I will have to go back and work on. I came across a couple of intimate landscapes from May and they lifted my […]


As the sun lowered itself past the horizon a peaceful calm came over the bay. I could hear the sea birds and waterfowl calling to one another while settling in for the night. The sun painted the sky with a beautiful pastel gradient of color that deepened with every second. I used my 6-stop neutral […]


Water Subjects – Part II As pointed out in a comment to my previous post, ‘water’ is the number one, most photographed subject … as a main subject, or component of a composition. I have been thinking a lot about this since my last post. Water not only has an important and interesting human relationship […]


I’ve always considered myself somewhat of an eclectic photographer. When it comes to subject matter, I like all sorts. No matter how far my eye wanders however, it always returns to my first love, landscape photography. I’m thankful to have a variety of locations close to home to explore and satisfy my cravings. The Pinelands […]


On the way back from a sunrise shoot not long ago I came upon these foggy scenes. Immediately thinking the scenes were ‘Zen-like’ I later thought, ‘what is Zen, exactly’? After doing a bit of research I found that there is no one single meaning but the images certainly do fit many of the definitions […]


Moving Waters

19Oct10

While in the White Mountains we spent a good percentage of our time shooting the many streams and waterfalls. With the recent rains the waters were flowing nicely over the colorful New Hampshire granite. We welcomed the clouds and light rain since it makes for the best conditions to shoot these types of scenes, eliminating […]