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The Bar Bus

The Bar Bus

This bar bus thing is off a side soi that is mainly a Korean bar area. It’s all in Korean writing and full of Korean restaurants. I have seen this place open once when I rode through at dark but when I came through during the day it was closed as were most places in the neighborhood. I took the photo because it’s interesting. When I went to edit I went HDR but with a single image. I just wanted…

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Neon Knights

Neon Knights

Super double extra bonus points if you figure out where I got the title from. I’ll give a hint, RIP Ronnie James Dio. You magnificent bastard. I had to shoot a birthday party up near Walking St in Pattaya and I arrived early to get my gear set and then just locked it up and took a walk for a bite to eat. For whatever reason it gets darker here in Thailand earlier than it did back in the United…

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Tunnel Vision

Tunnel Vision

This is along the Riverwalk in Chicago. I was returning to my hotel and saw this tunnel lit up and I thought it would be a cool shot. I quickly setup my tripod and waited for some people to walk through. I got lucky with these two and fired several frames to make sure I got them where I wanted them. Their motion blur because of the exposure time give it a sense of movement. Usual edits but I did…

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Industrial Noir

Industrial Noir

Something a bit different than my normal landscape stuff I have been shooting. It’s a wee bit darker and not just because it’s in monochrome. The first two images are the second level of the Michigan Avenue Bridge. I liked how the light played off the steel beams and the rivets. Both images show what’s on the other side. It gives the perception of claustrophobia with all these steel around you but you can see an open space in the…

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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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People of Panama

People of Panama

Little departure from the landscape stuff I normally do. I will venture forth into street photography from time-to-time. I’m not a huge fan of doing it because I find it mildly invasive. I also despise having my own picture taken. So I tend not to photos of random people. In addition, I am not a fan of the posed shot unless I am shooting a portrait. I learned this in Thailand where if you ask for a shot odds are…

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Casco Viejo – Part 2

Casco Viejo – Part 2

Here is the second part of the Casco Viejo series I shot while I was in Panama. I’ll stress again I didn’t want to go for the typical tourists shots. Anyone can shoot those. I wanted to show the real Casco Viejo that isn’t always pretty. This set has some people in it. I guess I did a bit of street photography. Unlike the cliche’ street photography stuff I left it in color. I think some people do the conversion…

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Around Matlacha – Part 2

Around Matlacha – Part 2

This will wrap up the Matlacha series. I never would have guess a funky little town located on the Florida Gulf would have generated so much interest but it did. If you are itching to visit I highly recommend a weekday versus a weekend if you are going for photography and towards the winter if you can. It’s a wee bit steamy in the summer time as I can attest. These images are more of the views you get around…

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Around Matlacha – Part 1

Around Matlacha – Part 1

I make my triumphant return and I have edited 3 series and in the process of editing a 4th. It was nice to take a break from editing then come back. I would do the curation then the first round of editing then take a break then come back and do the final bits in Photoshop. Made things much less stressful on my brain and my wrist from editing for hours on end. This is the first series and I…

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Down The Lighted Path

Down The Lighted Path

This is the actual Fort Myers River Walk (least what I call it). It runs from basically one yacht club to another. I have walked the entire distance and I am not sure how long it is but it’s not a bad walk. Of course I was stopping to take pictures often but there were lots of people out strolling the path even later into the evening when I was heading back to pack up my gear for the night….

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