These leaves were swirling beneath a waterfall in a local state park. A 30 second exposure was able to catch the circular pattern.
This contrast of the river movement and the stationary rocks caught my attention. A 30 second exposure smoothed out the water.
This waterfall off the Blue Ridge Parkway is a popular spot for visitors. I wanted to create a different sort of image with IR and long exposure.
The Blue Ridge Parkway is a ribbon of road that extends from Virginia through North Carolina for 469 miles. Its scenic beauty includes wide range of climate, vegetation, wildlife and geological features. There are sweeping vistas, pastoral landscapes, rugged mountains, and breathtaking waterfalls. Many photographers tour the parkway during the fall season for the leaf […]
The taro fields of Kauai have a backdrop of mountains and make for interesting textures in this infrared capture.
Morning clouds at sunrise in the Badlands of South Dakota
In Zion National Park I saw clouds that mirrored the shape of this twisted tree