Mountain Mist

Clouds, fog, and rain are all very typical in south-central Alaska. I'm always mesmerized by the way the landscape changes minute-by-minute, and this trip I decided to pa...
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Ongoing project: Blending In

Blending In is a project I started a couple of years back that has been a lot of fun. I have been inspired by Art Wolf's book Vanishing Act, and thought it might be fun t...
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Postcards from Alaska

It was so nice to be back in Alaska. Here are a few images from our two-week trip: Turnagain Arm Views Moose in pond near downtown Anchorage Our picnic spot on o...
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Hulls

I was listening to an interesting podcast by Lenswork magazine that explained different ways to identify personal projects. One of their tips was to go through your Light...
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Images of Franklin, NC

Images from a recent trip to Franklin, NC - wonderful area with plenty of hiking trails, gem mining, and a vibrant downtown area with a local outdoor store, restaurants,...
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Ongoing project: Blending In

*Updated 6/2/17 with new images Blending In is a project I started a couple of years back that has been a lot of fun. I have been inspired by Art Wolf's book Vanishing...
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Cloud formations on the York River

A few images of the interesting cloud formations on the York River yesterday. Despite their ominous looks, there was only a little bit of drizzle.
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Persistance and struggle....

I enjoy going down to the James River along the Colonial Parkway in the mornings during sunrise. Yesterday, it was breezy, there was quite a bit of cloud cover and things...
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Tybee Lighthouse Keeper's Quarters

It was a nice surprise to see the keeper's quarters at Tybee Light open to the public and restored to the way it looked in the 1930s. Normally when keeper's quarters are...
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Dawn at Tybee Light

It was enjoyable watching the sunrise over Tybee Island. Here are two photos from about an hour before sunrise at Tybee Island Lighthouse:
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