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Up dated gallery of photographs of a Fine Art landscape of Ocean City New Jersey Piers. The island, a stretch of dunes and swamps running for seven miles, had been used by local Native Americans who were brought there by its abundance of fish during the summer months. Originally purchased by the Somers family, the […]
I like leaves they are a small piece of nature. Leaves contain fibonacci number which is one the sacred geometries. Fibonacci numbers are closely related to Lucas numbers in that they are a complementary pair of Lucas sequences. They are intimately connected with thegolden ratio; for example, the closest rational approximations to the ratio are 2/1, 3/2, 5/3, 8/5, … . Applications include computer algorithms such as theFibonacci […]
A powerful and inspiring landscape, Grand Canyon overwhelms our senses through its immense size. Unique combinations of geologic color and erosional forms decorate a canyon that is 277 river miles (446km) long, up to 18 miles (29km) wide, and a mile (1.6km) deep.
A Photograph from a hike to Roberts-Branch in the beautiful area in the Pinelands, very quite and peaceful, I could hear myself think. lol
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Some more of my images from the meetup with the great photographer Tony Sweet, I hope these photographs will give you a feel for the Lonaconing, Maryland, Silk Mill.
Cold day for some photographs in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey. We still have a lot of frozen lakes, waiting for the spring thaw. “Evil and I are old adversaries. When we compete I hate to lose,” Manny Bettencourt from Murder in the Pinelands” ? Larry Moniz Our human forms are composed of and […]
The project is continuing to run, I have no idea when it will end, which I like the un-certainly of the schedule. The sunflowers will either naturally return to the earth or the farmer at Johnson Farm will turn them under with his tractor, either way they go back to earth to be part of […]
A peaceful afternoon in the Pine Barrens at Whitesbog.
A black and white cloudscape photograph from deep in the pinelands of a beautiful cloud formation. Buy a print to support this starving artist here. Click here to go to Fine Art America clouds photos
Photographs from the a visit to the Philadelphia Navy Yard. Home of some of the Navy’s moth ball fleet. Beautiful place and very peaceful quiet.
Sunset in Valley Forge Park as I raced to climb Mt. Misery while burning sunlight. I like the quality of the light on the National Memorial Arch. Sitting atop a hill at the intersection of the Outer Line of Defense with the Gulph Road, the National Memorial Arch dominates the southern portion of the park. […]
Happy Holidays to all people, and my best wishes of love and peace to everyone.
Home to the executive and legislative branches of New Jersey government since 1792, the State House is an important historical and architectural monument. Visitors can see the Governor’s Office, restored rotunda, legislative chambers and caucus rooms. The State House Annex Once home to the judicial branch, State Museum and Library, the Annex now houses legislative […]
I took these photos on a foggy morning in the Pinelands /Pine Barrens at Lake Oswego. I was in a mood to get off the grid and get back to nature and found it interesting that in an hour away from my home I could find peace and quit in the woods on a dirt […]
In creating this post I went back a few weeks to the wonderful autumn we had and now truly appreciate it. Buy a print here. new jersey canvas prints
I like shooting late at night and was inspired by a photographer at the Open Studio Tour to do some industrial photographs. I also have a photo bucket list and a night industrial shot was on the list and is now completed. I think that because it now a forbidden subject it made it a […]
Looking Up Looking Down Looking up again, don’t get dizzy Some people take the stairs and some people take the elevator and some people get the shaft. These photographs were taken in the Crane building on Open Studio Tours in Philadelphia. I love the Crane building, it has a lot of character.
Autumn marks the transition from summer into winter and I was in search of some pictures. I found this fall foliage image in Lebanon, New Jersey which is supposed to be the most beautiful area of New Jersey and I’ll let you decide if that’s true or not. These were shot in the Ken Lockwood […]
Surrender yourself to the atmosphere and detail while all around you performances blend with the patrons as the night progresses. A diverse collection of music, art and revels await those who have the inclination and imagination to take part. Costumes are encouraged. Be elaborate, be imaginative and be different. More than witches are welcome. Delve […]
Experiments in lighting with a mysterious substance called “Goo” please search the web for more images of Goo, you never know what you might find… This substance might have underlining alien creatures in side, be careful in viewing these images. I wonder if aliens like art? Another kind of goo is Green goo which is […]
Photographs that I took on our 42nd anniversary at Longwood Gardens, PA at night. The art installation using light as the median was created by Bruce Munro. It’s Bruce Munro’s first large-scale exhibition in the U.S.,” said Paul Redman, Director. “His imaginative works will enchant and amaze our guests with their beauty and ingenuity,” said […]
I found the ceilings to very interesting in The Versailles castle, Paris, France. It seems like they never run out of ideas for Art with different paintings and drawings in the hall of mirrors
I love the textures and shapes of grasses in different setting such a simple form. Grasses, or more technically graminoids, are monocotyledonous, usually herbaceous plants with narrow leaves growing from the base. They include the “true grasses”, of the Poaceae (or Gramineae) family, as well as the sedges (Cyperaceae) and the rushes (Juncaceae). Death must […]