After the three disasters earlier this year, my wife Chikako and I were eager to visit her home town of Kyoto and show people that, despite the harrowing reports of destruction, Japan was still a beautiful and resilient place. We were there the better part of April and saw al…
Views of travels away from home.
These are images from the annual Hot Air Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
For truly professional macro photographs, try to visualize an unusual aspect of your subject before releasing the shutter. Visualization will come naturally with practice as you experiment with a variety of photographic techniques. Enjoy yourself examining the unique shapes a…
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…
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.
Yosemite National Park
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