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Float Along The Harbor

Float Along The Harbor

I have been shooting new stuff! In fact I have shot around 3000+ frames over the last 2 weekends. I have been in cities, national parks, municipal parks. I have climbed¬†over rocks. Walked through streams. I have faced perils such as flesh eating chipmunks, carnivorous squirrels, blood sucking midges, rabid turtles, and quicksand like mud. All of the above is true. Mostly. This image I faced none of the above issues. I was on the Inner Harbor in Baltimore. I…

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Squeezed Sunset

Squeezed Sunset

This is another one from Millennium Park . I am not sure what direction I was shooting towards. I have a poor sense of direction on a good day. Still, I saw the sunset squeezed between the buildings and I thought it would be a pretty cool image. The lights in each windows in the buildings look like little sunsets themselves as some of them are building images. You get a progressive cooler to warmer feeling as you start at…

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Fort At Casco Viejo

Fort At Casco Viejo

I believe and forgive me if I am wrong that the portion to the right is the old fort at Casco Viejo, Panama.¬†I really took the image because of the layering of color in it that I liked. I’ll get to editing first. This was shot on a Nikon D810 with a 16-35mm lens. I did the usual adjustments and then started to add in various layers. I stayed away from a HDR mask and went with a normal one…

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Fire Water Burn

Fire Water Burn

The title comes from a Bloodhound Gang song and I would give some lyrics but I would not make it too far before I would start offending people. Still, I think it fits this image nicely for a title. I remember thinking that it would be perfect for it when I was taking the image. This is one of the bridges that spans the Caloosahatchee River in Fort Myers. With the light coming off the water I just liked the…

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Something Missing At Sunset

Something Missing At Sunset

This is a pier looking thing on the Caloosahatchee River near a restaurant. I wanted to get closer to it but there were warning tape on the walkway and an angry looking guy smoking a cigarette guarding the path. So I set up as near as possible without violating the same. I have no idea what happened to the pier thing but it’s clearly missing some parts and is loaded with warning tape. While the structure serves as a visual…

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Rolling Field

Rolling Field

No idea why I picked the title. The field was rolling but I cropped a good chunk of it out. It is Manassas Battlefield and I just liked the symmetry of the wood pile, the still naked tree, and the tree starting to bloom. I was originally going to do the image in monochrome but I left it in color and happy I did. Came out decently. I wanted to keep a washed out feeling to the image to match…

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Facing the Sun

Facing the Sun

I shot this picture last year sometime while testing out a new lens. When I originally edited ti I wasn’t thrilled with the final outcome and having another year editing and more tools at my disposal I went back and did it again. The hills in the distance are the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The location was Oatlands Historical House and Gardens located in Leesburg, VA. It’s worth a trip for the stuff around the main building. You…

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