Underwater Photography from the Florida Keys and Mexico
A few of my pictures, visit paulparent.org for moreé
All photo's made with my iphone4.
They are details of bigger artwork in la-defense paris.
Nighttime Displays-the time between dusk and dawn. All of the photos in this display were taken between sunset and sunrise, moonrise and moonset, or first quarter and full moon.
All photos are copyright protected and should not be duplicated without the authors conse…
This is about the basic way in which I see things. Sometimes in color, sometimes in black and white. Horizontally, vertically or slightly skewed. But whether it's 4:3, 5:4 or 6:7, the aspect is always tasteful, often quirky, occasionally droll. For as Grandma was so fond o…
I tried to give flowers a new perspective by abstracting them with composition and point of view. I used a Tamron SP 90mm F/2.8 Di VC USD 1:1 Macro to shoot all of these pictures. I focused more on the form and played with positive and negative spaces.
TheBlueLens Studio Wildlife Portraits
These images are of machinery that was in a 3 alarm fire. They where part of a foundry that made massive machine parts. The fire was so engulfing that the roof collapsed and left the machinery exposed to the elements for several month before I started photographing there. …
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