Sometimes, photographing a landscape is more than just choosing your vantage point, your settings and your perspective. Sometimes, to capture the feeling of the place, post-processing as to step in and help guide the finished image to where it needs to be. As long-time followers know, I’m in love with the Badlands of South Dakota … More When Half The Picture Is In The Processing
Continuing to process my backlog of photography and discovering many images that I’d completely forgotten about, including this selection from when my good friend and fellow photographer John Sperry surprised me for my birthday and visited me here in Maryland from his home in Colorado. It was chilly, but nothing for a guy used to … More Assateague National Seashore
I’m on an editing spree, trying to make some progress on my New Years Resolution to process my backlog of photography. This first batch contains photography taken at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge here on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Here’s to a New Year full of beauty and adventure!
On my most recent trip down to Tennessee, I was accompanied by my friend Cahlean Klenke (of About A Dog photo) who had flown into Maryland from Minnesota to roadtrip down with me. We decided to take as much time as we wanted, and explore every place that caught our fancy on our way down … More Taking the long, rambling route…
I recently returned from another productive trip to the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee. I had the wonderful opportunity to photograph with two of my favorite ladies- Cahlean Klenke and Natasha Pierce. For the three of us to come together in one of my favorite locations from our homes in Maryland, Minnesota and Oklahoma was something … More
Another one of my favorite things about Tennessee is the number of historic cabins I get to explore and photograph. There are dozens and they are all wonderful, making it so easy to imagine what it was like to live without electricity and motor vehicles and telephones. The hardiness and perseverance of the people who … More Historic Cabins