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Sunset on Paradise

Sunset on Paradise

Why not wrap the week up with a sunset from Thailand? This was taken along the beach on the Gulf of Thailand. You can see Koh Larn (koh means island in Thai) in the distance and a little bit of Pratumnak on the left. The beach I was on had all these weird rocks. I have no idea what they were but they looked good in the water with the sun setting. I have published previous images that were similar…

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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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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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Panama Pride

Panama Pride

I am back from a week in Panama where I did a lot of photography. One of the issues I faced was the weather. It’s the rainy season this time of year so I had a lot of flat grey light to work with. On top of that, you could figure out it was going to rain every afternoon around 1 or 1:30 which also coincided with the humidity making it so hot that you didn’t want to be outside….

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Baltimore Days

Baltimore Days

I shot this series as a preparation for my Panama trip where I am now. I wanted to see how the Nikon D810 performed in blazing afternoon sun. In addition I wanted to see how I performed in the blazing afternoon sun while carrying the “beast” as someone called it. The Nikon performed better than I did before I tapped out and had a beer after a few hours of lugging it around. I normally take my Sony A7R on…

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The View Out

The View Out

This was shot at the Sanctuary of Truth in Thailand last November. I need to tell the back story of this image. Not that the shot itself was special, I setup the tripod and pointed out. No, the story is I have attempted to edit this image no less than 5 different times and I have about 8 hours worth of work on it. I have routinely just trashed my edits and went and did something else. I was watching…

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Intercostal Landscapes – Part 1

Intercostal Landscapes – Part 1

These images were shot in Ding Darling Natural Wildlife Refuge which is located on Sanibel Island in Florida. It’s about 45 minutes from Fort Myers (I think). I have been to Sanibel a few times and there are some images on the site are from there but I never went to Ding Darling. The one time I was supposed to go I got lost. Hard to do on a small island with one main road but I have a poor sense of…

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Square and Rectangle

Square and Rectangle

Just a couple of snaps from Washington DC while I was downtown.  One was shot out of a car window (the square) and the other was shot while walking down the street to get to a car.  Nothing spectacular but am behind on editing and so knocking a few quick shot off. The 1×1 crop and the 16×9 crop going vertical gave me the inspiration for the title.

Rose and Tower

Rose and Tower

I was shooting a wedding near the National Cathedral (well same land to be exact) and got there early so I had some time to kill and take some shots of the cathedral itself.  So having my trusty Fuji X100S with me I just wandered around the grounds and made my way to the Bishops Garden which still had roses in bloom.  So I snapped this shot.  The weather wasn’t great so the sky was gray and I didn’t want…

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