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We had a great snow fall last night and living close to nature always provides a wealth of photo opportunities. I don’t consider myself a wildlife photographer, but I do try on occasion.
“The surface of fallen snow–its contours and texture–can tell the interested observer much about the forces that shaped it and about its stability and what it is likely to do. Will it be good for skiing or for packing as a snowball? Will it slide? Is it dangerous?” Move snow Textures
The Mary Smith House, Medford New Jersey This small home was built around 1847 small corner fireplaces heated the living room and the bedroom above. The 961 addition blends well the original architecture.
White Out All Honker-ed Down Last farm in Medford, NJ Buy my Snow Photos at Fine Art America
Did you wonder what your dogs sees? I did and also wondered what the trees see and all of nature. This question started me on a quest to become one with nature. Nature see a lot of things differently than we do and thus so, has not made it easy for us to understand her or see her. I started with […]
On a cold and rainy night, I hoped to capture theÂ lonelyÂ feeling late at night, the feeling that their is no one else left in the world. A gas station with no cars, where have all the cars gone? Empty Ball field with lights on.
Hanging out with the dogs at Medford dog Park, which is a beautiful place for dogs to run and play in the water. I’m missing my friend Augie doggie, I’m sure he’s doing fine cause he’s got great masters. I reading a great book on Pet Photography by Andrew Darlow called “Pet Photography 101″ buy […]
When two friends understand each other totally, the words are soft and strong like an orchid‘s perfume. I took this photograph yesterday in afternoon light from my wifes orchid garden. This plant is amazing it keeps on blooming and never gets tired. I was feeling really inspired by the writings of David duChemin yesterday so I […]
This is about a dream I had last night, I shall called it “The Owl Dream” I was walking along, alone in the woods and an large Owl flew up and landed on my shoulder, as I walked she stayed on my shoulder. As we walked together I had this powerful feeling of One, of […]
This was my choice of birthday drinks yesterday. Click on image for larger view. Lights were pretty.
The photography turned into light shinning through Icicles making a cave like effect. I like the effect of the depth of field which almost makes one get lost in the image. This was not intentional but an neat artifact of 1/500 sec at f/3.2 macro lens.
Snow is still falling as I took this photography this morning out my window in Medford, NJ. The image isÂ a collection of three portrait orientationÂ photographs, merged in Photoshop and cropped square. and here’s a Black and white conversion.
I was walking in theÂ rain an found some interesting puddles to photograph on a rainy day. I like the reflections and rain drop rings, the rings remind me how life works, like the “ripple effect”. What was interesting is that when the images are made into a thumbnails you see something different and I’m […]
My heard of deer showed up for breakfast this morning. I managed to get one good photography through my kitchen window. Click on image for larger view.
This ones from yesterday in the snow storm, it’s the Medford Quaker Meeting House on Union Street with some HDR added for effect.
Cow Point in Medford, NJ with a white out, it was great to feel the wind, ice and snow, makes me feel part of it. Stay warm, Cheers
I found these images and thought they fit the season and wish ever one a happy holiday. X99CHFBTEQU7
I am working with the enthusiasm of a man from Marseilles eating bouillabaisse, which shouldn’t come as a surprise to you because I am busy painting huge sunflowers. – Vincent Van Gogh, Aries, letter to his brother Theo Sunflower buds are odd looking at birth and develop into something else, don’t you just love Metamorphosis.
I never get enough of Sunflower images, this one’s a little sad, but I bet he will cheer up this afternoon with this beautiful sun. â€œFlowers have an expression of countenance as much as men and animals. Some seem to smile; some have a sad expression; some are pensive and diffident; others again are plain, […]