Phoenix Project

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. …

Winter Photo Contest Entry

My Winter Exhibit - These photos were all taken with my Nikon D7000 and Tamron 10-24mm lens. All of the photos were taken in Southern Oregon.

Travel Photography

Photos from travels. All taken with a Tamron 18-270 VC.

Foggy Morning on the Billings Stretch

As the sun rose over the fields and fences along the Billings Stretch in Kagawong, on Manitoulin Island in Northern Ontario, the fog streaked the light across the landscape.

Tips for Low Light Photography

Capturing images in low light during the holidays is inevitable. We are together for festive dinners; we're indoors while the weather outside is frightful; and the short winter days leave us with less of the sunshine we love for our outdoor images. So take advantage of the li…


A collection of owls, young and old, nesting and in flight. They include the Great Horned Owl, the Barn Owl, the Snowy Owl, the Spotted Owl, the Western Screech Owl and a couple of unidentified Owls.

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A Third Eye View of India

A series of images from from my visit to India in August/September this year. The images are from Metikurke (my native village), Ruins of Hampi (capital of the 15th Century Vijayanagara Empire that panned South India and a UNESCO World Heritage Site), and Bengaluru (capital o…

Wildlife Portraits

TheBlueLens Studio Wildlife Portraits


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