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  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.

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Fall Emotions – Cow Point Medford New Jersey The Pinelands are pretty? A guest post by Maria Ede-Weaving… The year is releasing itself, letting go with the kind of intense beauty that never fails to inspire awe in me. There was a time I used to dread this season, sensing the darkness closing in; the […]

Pumpkin this and that is a new marking buzz word and I give you some pumpkin pics to enjoy along with you pumpkin spice latte from that evil place called Dunkin Donuts. lol Pumpkin refers to certain cultivars of squash, most commonly those of Cucurbita pepo, that are round, with smooth, slightly ribbed skin and deep […]

Some photographs I took of some Donkeys at the Serenity Now Farm it might be in Moorestown along Hartford road. The donkey or ass, Equus africanus asinus, is a domesticated member of the Equidae or horse family. The wild ancestor of the donkey is the African wild ass, E. africanus. The donkey has been used […]

Here’s some portraits from the witches ball 2013, it was a beautiful night and the streets were filled in Mt. Holly.

I like mixture of ice and warmth of the leaves. Its a  metaphor for life,  like with yin and yang so to speak. I have been thinking about my work and what does it say about me and I think I have finally found my style and only time will tell, what the truth is. […]

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

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 […]

I’m slowing starting back into photography after a 5 month sabbatical. Well, it seemed like a night photography shoot would be a good starting point for me and is something I always loved doing and so I jumped at a chance to do a workshop with photographer Rick Wight. It was a beautiful evening for […]

Clouds are timeless, or is it just an illusion of time. We can be fooled by the processing of the image to create an older time. When you fly through them you understand what I’m tying to say. Here’s a quote that expressed it better than I can. I will put together a collection of […]

Welcome to my collection of bridges I hope to add more soon, so come back, you hear.

Some times an image provokes a thought or an idea which is a good thing. The image of the road less traveled made me think of the roads NOT taken, but there is still time. Two roads diverged in a yellow wood And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I […]

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 […]

It was a beautiful night and felt nice out and time to capture a cityscape of Philadelphia, PA

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

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.  

This gallery contains architectural images, custom architectural work is available. If you don’t see what you want, feel free to ask. Thanks for looking.  

This gallery contains abstract fine art images and also includes some industrial landscape photography. Abstract art allows your mind to create its own picture is one of the reasons why abstract art is so appealing as it allows the viewer to explore their own creativity. Some of the images are digitally-manipulated in photo shop.  

I was on an Instructional Walk – Fall Foliage Shoot http://www.meetup.com/sj-photography/events/36825652/ and shot this Infrared autumn foliage photography in Cherry Hill New Jersey. I continue to try an improve my understand of Infrared photography and how it all works. I hope to do some IR photography of people in the future.

What I got out of the open studio conversation in Philadelphia PA, was to do more projects. One is do a series of photographs on a particular subject. The subject I chose for this series is silver, the color of stainless steel. In metallurgy, stainless steel, also known as inox steel or inox from French “inoxydable“, is defined as a steel alloy with a […]

  My world is different from a lot of people’s. I see things in different areas that most people don’t visit. I found this because I was lost and looking for a way back to some where I knew, These clothes hanging on the line, called out to me like a Walker Evans picture that […]