Life and Death
Taken in the Florida swamplands, this picture contrasts the lush undergrowth with a forest of defoliated trees. The effect was eerie, and the bright blue sky in the background only added to it. Taken as a 3 shot HDR.
f/14, ISO 100, 18mm
At the top of Big White, near Kelowna, BC, the brutality of winter is seen. These snow and windswept trees do not emerge from their ice cocoons until spring. It is colloquially known as the Enchanted Forest.
1/250 sec at f/12, ISO 80, 8.3mm
This is proof that you don't always need a DSLR for great pics! Taken at sunset, the fire in the sky complements the utter still of the estuary. Taken with my point and shoot.
1/20 sec at f/3.5, ISO 200, 4.9mm
Olympic Peninsula Hike
On the path to Sol duc falls, the forest extends into the distance.
One of the reasons I have my camera with me while skiing is for shots like this This snow kissed aspen forest rises high above the slopes, and it backlit late in the afternoon.
1/320 sec at f/14, ISO 400, 22mm
The polarizing filter at altitude is spectacular! 1/125 sec at f/7/1, ISO 160, 55mm
The head of the trail on the Dungeness Spit. So peaceful.
In the Garden of the Gods, this rock feature of kissing camels is highlighted by lens flare. 1/640 sec at f/7.1, ISO 100, 70mm
Palms, Palms, Palms Everywhere
Using a Fisheye lens, this surround-sound image of palms makes me smile. 1/40 sec at f/22, ISO 100, 10.5mm
The cinder cones at the top of Mauna Kea give the landscape an otherwordly look. 1/125 sec at f/10, ISO 1000, 35mm
A foggy morning gives an incredible depth to the trees. 1/100 sec at f/22, ISO 200, 200mm
Path To Wallace Falls
Great underneath foliage and streams on the climb to Wallace Falls.
Morning of the Eclipse. Serenity. Taken from a moving bus! 1/1000 sec at f/2.8, ISO 100, 35mm.
Spring In the Air
These beautiful sunset make it feel like spring is in the air...
Sitting at the Dock of the Bay
The serenity of the water during a long exposure is something else entirely.
Pike's Peak Road
The road up Pike's Peak has amazing vistas.