A great portrait should convey something about the person being photographed. It is one thing to have a technically well-exposed image or expert lighting but it is another to capture a unique vision of the portrayed.
All photo's made with my iphone4.
They are details of bigger artwork in la-defense paris.
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…
January 2013 - icicles shot in Mazama, WA and the Columbia Gorge. Enjoy!
All shots were taken with the Tamron 18–270mm Di II VC PZD lens
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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I love to travel. Recently I've been to Reno, Donner Lake, Pyramid Lake and the Sutro Baths in San Francisco.
Random photos from my collection. I shoot with a Canon Rebel XSi and a Tamron 18-270 zoom lens.
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