The Need to Know

I am the sort of person who has a need to know. I am in misery when I do not understand something. I am only an average person when it comes to understanding, therefore most every day of my life … Continue reading

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Sometimes It’s The Little Things That Count

Whether it be big pictures of little subjects, or small up close images of large subjects, macro photography is a photographer’s dream.  My files are stuffed with imagery that fits this category, so please  forgive me for the large number … Continue reading

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Carry On

In this crazy world we live in, it is necessary (for me anyway) to have diversions. Something to occupy time, mind and soul. What better way than to create photographs, or in my case to share some that already exist.  … Continue reading

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The Pano Crop & Other Stuff

In this age of editing images after their creation, one of the most interesting compositional choices is to turn that “normal” rectangle into a panoramic. To be fair, back in the day, I edited the dimensions of many of my … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

Christmas is a great time for family and friends to gather together in joy. Even more importantly, it symbolizes the event in which God gave us the Gift of Salvation through the birth of our Savior. We are no longer … Continue reading

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Ramble On

Continuing on with my long used and never ending portfolio of photos, and what they mean to me, here we go again. My next post will feature Christmas. In my most recent article I showed an image of a male … Continue reading

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Here We Go Again

Today’s post is of the variety that have  become my norm over the past few years. So, here we go again. This is an old slide image, and I know not where I made it, or when. That was bound … Continue reading

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A Road Well-Traveled

Today’s post is that of a road I have traveled over and over, and here we go again. Those who know me, also know that when I created landscape/waterscape images, I loved to have a little drama in the mix. … Continue reading

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Been There, Done That

Nature photography subjects often get stereotyped. There are a million individual subjects to be found, and a never-ending cache of ideas as to how to render them, or as I like to say, how to interpret them.  Each subject, and … Continue reading

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Flowers, Light, Abstractions & Patterns

Flowers are one of photography’s most popular subjects. Natural in their “flavor”, be they found in nature, or planted and grown in a garden. One of my favorite techniques for flower photography, was to find a blossom or two (or … Continue reading

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