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 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
I mentioned in an earlier post that on my next trip through South Dakota I was going to spend more time in Deadwood and The Black Hills. My thought had been to skip the places I always return to in favor of something new, but going through my images from my visit to the Badlands, … More A Badlands Sunset
I ran out last minute this evening to photograph the sunset. The spot I was heading towards was inaccessible, so even more last minute, I headed in another direction. The sky was brilliant, with light reflecting off the impressive storm clouds that were rolling in. It was perfect for a panoramic of the Kent Narrows…but … More Rules, Shmules.
Good morning and a happy Tuesday to you! I was up bright and early, listening to the birds sing, and lamenting the fact that its completely overcast— no sunrise for me! But, here…a sunset is nearly as good as a sunrise in such a situation, yes? Also, this just happens to be today’s Deal of … More Good Morning!
We’re expecting a very rainy Tuesday and perhaps snow in some parts of Maryland, so here’s something warm and sunny to tide you over. Sunny days are coming again soon enough. 🙂
The biggest silver lining of an incredibly cold (by Maryland standards) winter is how beautiful the Chesapeake Bay is when covered in ice.
I secured a campsite at the Colter Bay campground last night, then wandered aimlessly for a bit, stopping for photographs as the mood struck me and kept an eye out for a place to set up at sunset. I found what I thought was the perfect place during my drive, but when I went there … More Day 16: The Tetons Cooperate