larger than life
tears for leonard - RIP
Line and reflections
Reeds, Ripples and Clouds
Li'l House on the Prairie
The Buck Stops Here!
Display of Color
Lights - Music - Action!
old replaced by new
a pause for photos
larger than lifeCaptured on the first anniversary of the death of Leonard Cohen, his image rises above Montreal as a tribute to their lost son.
watchful eyeA 9 story mural of Leonard Cohen watches over Montreal, a tribute to the great man on the anniversary of his death.
tears for leonard - RIPRaindrops on a window form symbolic teardrops as Montreal mourns the 1st anniversary of the death of a favorite son.
Line and reflections
Painted CanyonAs part of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park the Painted canyon provides a stark contrast to the rolling plains that surround.
Wild HorsesWild horses roam the Theodore Roosevelt National Park with ominous storm clouds gathering as a backdrop.
Prarie TreeWho can resist the combination of a blue sky and lone tree, set amidst a sea of prairie grass
Reeds, Ripples and CloudsYou never know when you may need a handy camera - this was captured when out for a morning walk with my wife, capturing reeds set against a cloudy sky on glass-clear water.It wasn’t until processing that I noticed ripples in the foreground, assuming from a fallen leaf or similar.
Telegraph PoleThe vast openness of the North Dakota plains provides endless opportunities for simple images. Bold colors and strong graphics really drew me into this scene.Besides, who can resist a great telephone pole?
Li'l House on the PrairieA wonderful abandoned building sits nestled in a field of crops on the plains of North Dakota. This is one of those scenes too good to pass up when driving by - thankfully my wife is very understanding and prepared to wait patiently as I worked the image.
Holy Canola!Although fields of Canola are apparently quite common in North Dakota this was the first we came across. The vibrant yellow flowers can be seen from great distance in contrast to an otherwise flat and monochromatic landscape
The Buck Stops Here!This is Dean, our tour guide at Buckstop Junction in Bismarck. Buckstop is a collection of historic buildings and artifacts moved from locations within North Dakota and given new life in this center that recreates a town of bygone years.The vintage content of exhibits was interest enough in itself, but the aged character of our tour guide certainly enhanced the experience. Dean is more than simply a guide, but an integral part of the historical content, the question being - WHICH IS OLDER?
Display of ColorFire trucks add a splash of color to any July 4th celebration - this one captured in the Mandan parade is no exception.
Lights - Music - Action!What better way to round off a July 4th holiday?With the youth orchestra ringing out patriotic favorites and set against a backdrop of the North Dakota Sate Capitol building this display was the perfect ending to a day of celebration.This proves one of the oldest photography cliches - the best camera is the one you have with you (or in this case the iPhone in your pocket….). Don't leave home without it!
old replaced by newAged timbers remain as as reminder of the original sea wall on a Maine beach
a pause for photosA couple pause their beach walk to take a photograph
crashing waveA long exposure image taken on a beach in Maine.
abandonedDiscovered during a Maine beach walk, with no potential owner in sight.
cresting waveA simple image displaying the tonal change between a cresting wave and light reflecting off the surface of the sea
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