Posts Tagged ‘fine art print’

Yesterday’s Sunrise

Yesterday's Sunrise

Yesterday’s sunrise, photographically speaking was not spectacular.  But as with all sunrises (and sunsets) there is that magical feeling of calmness and being at one with nature – and that is always spectacular.  Especially when shared with a newly found friend. So on the Beach at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge there was a bank […]


First Outing for Bigger Bertha

First Outing for Bigger Bertha

I called my 200mm-400mm f/4 VRII lens “Big Bertha” when I first got it because it is big and also heavy.  I use this mostly for airs hows.  I have recently acquired “Bigger Bertha” to use for wildlife and this was “Bigger’s” first outing.  Also for my new heavier duty Really Right Stuff tripod and […]


A-4 Skyhawk and the Wall of Fire!

A-4 Skyhawk  and the Wall of Fire!

So I am back on the trail shooting warbirds.  Because this could be the last airshow the Thunderbirds perform at this year ( because of Sequestration, thanks to those wise men in Washington – the Party that Likes to say NO to common sense) I have been at the TICO Warbird Airshow in Titusville Florida.  It has […]


September 11th Remembered

Is it possible that eleven years have passed?  The memory of those videos of the attacks on the Twin Towers are still so vivid in my mind, but we are the lucky ones. This year the Memorial Lights had a different setting with the new 1 World Trade Center taking full shape and adding a […]


Do I just L O V E this lens!

Do I just L O V E  this lens!

Nikkor 200-400mm f/4 G VRII AF-S Having made the decision to move away from  shooting film in my Hasselblad “V” series cameras I spent over a year agonizing “do I go Hasselblad H4D or Nikon D3X?”.  A key reason for choosing the Nikon path was that I could (eventually) get long lenses and return to Wildlife […]


Christine and “Woodland Path” installation

Christine and her dog “Tali(sker)” by her wedding present.  Christine says she like to wake up in the morning, look at this image and dream about stepping into the picture to go for a walk. This is a 60″ tall canvas gallery wrap of a woodland path taken in springtime in Great Smoky Mountains National […]


Lindsay and “Waves and Rocks, White Point Island” Installation

Lindsay and "Waves and Rocks, White Point Island" Installation

This is a picture of Lindsay with her 35″ canvas Gallery Wrap of Atlantic waves crashing on rocky coastline of Nova Scotia.  The location of White Point Island is just off of the Cabot Trail in the north east of Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia, Canada.  It is a very exposed and isolated location […]


Scott and “Little Pigeon River” installation

Scott and "Little Pigeon River" installation

Scott standing next to his wedding present.  A canvas gallery wrap measuring 72 inches wide and 36 inches high.  The image, by Richard King,  is from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and is “The Little Pigeon River”.  The image was taken in springtime, so it captures the vivid greens that are the newly formed […]


Monument Valley, where I feel the “Spirit of the Land”

I love to visit Monument Valley.  Maybe it is the stillness and tranquility, or the spirits of Navajo souls, or the unspoilt natural form of the landscape, or the shape and characters of the Monuments themselves, or the Mesas – but here I feel at one with the landscape. I feel alive. I fell the […]


Photobook NYC competition – VOTE FOR ME PLEASE

Nightscape of Manhattan with the USS New York just arrived for commissioning.


One Perfect Day

Dawn and Sunset color photographs taken on the same day from the same spot, Inspiration Point in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah.


Sunrise At Canton Lake

Sunrise At Canton Lake

A color photographic image and fine art print of dawn over a still lake with beautiful clouds, suns rays and reflection.


February’s New Images

February's New Images


Ancient Pueblo Dwellings

Ancient Pueblo Dwellings

A landscape black and white image of Cliff Palace in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.