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The Zen of Creativity If energy is really flowing freely, the brush paints by itself, the camera photographs, the sculpture forms, the words write, the dance dances. The creator of the art, the subject of the art, and the expression itself merge into a single process in which there is no reflection or evaluation, just […]
This is my first post from my new server and so far so good. The images are from a hike to Apple Pie Hill tower I had some nice clouds to photograph, I hope to get a higher elevation some day
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.
I continue to add more photographs to the series of dieing sunflowers at Johnson’s Farm, Medford, NJ http://www.photofriday.com/challenge.php?id=1363
Welcome to my collection of bridges I hope to add more soon, so come back, you hear.
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 […]
City Hall – Comcast Building The night is the greatest time to take pictures, there is something mysterious about it. While shooting at night takes some practice because of low light, this makes a tripod unnecessary for sharp images. philadelphia posters
I was feeling the need for a blast from the past, so I dug out this image from the 2007 archive and found it deeplyÂ disturbing for a bunch of reasons, the verical line up the center doesn’t look real and the formation hanging from the ceiling seems like it wants to fall down and shows […]
This is a hand held panoramic photograph from Fridays shoot, located in the Wharton Tract in the Wharton State Forest. The shot was rushed because some dogs keep chasing me and I had no time to set up a tripod, plus I was probably trespassing which was exciting. Click on image for larger view.
She had a fresh coat of paint and I was feeling a little HDR was in order, but no tripod, I don’t care… We had some great clouds today, I hope you got to watch some of them. I’m still wondering why I did move forward and get that darn pole out of the image, […]
Rose by any color The rose is a rose, And was always a rose. But the theory now goes That the apple’s a rose Robert Frost http://www.inspirational-quotes.info/quotes_about_roses.html
Photograph of snow covered trees in Medford, NJ A view of my back yard last week, enjoy the peace and quite. Love the blues skies and snow in the trees.
I was shooting water lily flowers at Longwood Gardens, PA in August and meet a great photographer, his name is Joshua Taylor, from Arlington Va. He is am exception photographer who is now afraid to share his technique, he helped me out tremendously and I’d love to take one of his workshops. Please check out […]
*Let your thoughts pass though you like the wind through the branches of a tree. * I love the snow-covered branches of these trees in my back yard, I’m very lucky to have such beautify to looks at and enjoy with my family. Louis Dallara