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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

Social Consciousness by Jacob Epstein 1954 Art Museum Drive (25th and Kelly Drive to the Spring Garden Bridge) 39.966210,-75.181475 A grand sane towering seated mother Chair’d in the adamant of Time. Sir Jacob Epstein KBE (10 November 1880 ? 19 August 1959) was an American-born British sculptor who helped pioneer modern sculpture. He was born […]

Photographing fog started to interest me again as one of my favorite subjects. Included in this composition is “trees”. Fogs stops are vision of various things and creates a sense of mystery that we have to trust are mind that the rest of the physical world is still there. I wonder what Ansel Adams would […]

I have always loved the fog, when I first started out in photography I thought it was a sin to photography in the fog, why because nothing is sharp and the auto focus does not work. I took a pic in the fog anyway and it became one of my favorite photographs. When I saw […]

Planning to write is not writing. Outlining a book is not writing. Researching a book is not writing. Talking to people about what you are doing, none of that is writing. Writing is writing. But very few people have the discipline or the dedication, let alone the talent, of Irving or Keroac(or their equals) or […]

This gallery contains Landscape and Waterfall photographs that I have taken through the years. I have many more in stock and will also shoot custom images to match your decor. If you don’t see what you want fell free to ask.  

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Stained glass is difficult to photograph but using a perception correction lens it worked wonders on this shoot and this is best capture I think I’ve ever done of stained glass. Wishing every one a peaceful Sunday, enjoy the beauty of it all.

I found this photograph in my image catalog and it took me a moment to remember how I created it and what it represents to me. As I remember it, I was playing with some colored light reflection in the Schuylkill river and remember what a beautiful night it was, perfect in every way, I […]

If you watch the clouds long enough you will get a great photograph, and sometimes they become a work of art. I miss the clouds of Florida there are thunder heads there like no other anywhere. Here’s a quote from my favorite book. A cloud does not know why it moves in just such a direction […]

I was driving down South street in Philadelphia, and spied the Magic Garden, so I grabbed some shots. The place cried out for High Dynamic Range. This place has some amazing original art work. Click on Image below for larger view.

Grow! Show Poster – Final Draft – 6-09-09 Dirty Frank’s NE corner, 13th & Pine st Philadelphia, PA Publish at Scribd or explore others: art Show Map and Picture for Direction: View Larger Map

  Here at Cuttalossa Farm, we are proud to be a part of the original group of shepherds that formed the Olde English Miniature Babydoll Southdown Sheep Breeders Association and Registry. Our organization was established in 1990 by our president and founder, Robert Mock.  

Boy do I need a drink! I love the art!

Brake Shoe DiariesM0re of my images from a trip to Philly which I found myself in northern liberties, I like art made out of old auto parts, I guess because we are an automotive society, all ways on the move. The art was displayed on the top of a pole. I shot the photo from […]

I found myself in this tunnel of life with no way out.

This is a small slide show of  Gerard Cerini Sculpture. I leaned a lot from photographing this exhibit was located at Off-Main Gallery, Medford, NJ. The lesson I learned was to use studio lights like alien bees for best results, click here to learn more about the artist Gerard Cerini. With photography you are all […]

New Stuff, some motion blur of trees

Join Off Main Gallery this Friday night, March 6th, for the opening reception of the gallery’s upcoming exhibition: GERARD CERINI – NEW SCULPTURAL WORKS The reception will be from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and is free of charge. The exhibit will run from March 6th to April 18th. Off Main Gallery is located at […]