Photo taken outside of Odell, Illinois along Route 66 in 2015. A trip to a wind farm allowed me to play with distance and orientation, lighting and color. Advertisements
Litigation of the frivolous variety makes Odd News all the time – or it should. With thousands of plaintiffs playing the Lottery Litigation game, it takes a lot to shock the U.S. court system these days. But this particular lawsuit sent a jolt that would awaken Frankenstein’s monster. Headline: New York is being sued for… Read More 000000000000000, etc.
Photo taken 2013 in Provincetown, Mass. New England was wonderful to drive and there were many photo opportunities. I loved the colors and the textures.
Photo taken Santorini, Greece 2014 This photo combines my love of taking photos of doors and windows and my obsession for capturing human architecture being dissolved back into nature. This particular structure is located on the old port in Thira, Santorini – right next to the waves of the Aegean Sea. This is not one of those beautiful… Read More Santorini Weathered Door
Photo taken in London, England 2014 I’m very drawn to bright colors in architecture making Neal’s Yard the perfect place for photos. I’m sure this is just one of a thousand great shots of Neal’s Yard taken by amateur photographers from around the world.
Photo taken in Houston, Texas 2005 I love trees, but my photographs of trees always seem to pale in comparison to the real thing so I rarely snap the shot. This is an exception. I love the shape of this tree and the serenity of the scene. Perfect candidate for black and white.
Photo taken in London 2009 This photo represents two of of my favorite things to photograph: reflections and the juxtaposition of new and old in places like London. This hyper-modern glass and tube building sits right across the street from the 11th century Tower of London. There are 3 layers to the photo: The blue and… Read More London Tower Reflection
Photo taken in Oia, Santorini 2014 It’s hard to go wrong taking photos in Santorini. The camera just loves all the Grecian blues and whites. Shadows were hard to find on this bright sunny day, but I found a few. The windmill may not be a typical choice for the Santorini scene, but it towered… Read More Santorini Windmill
Photo taken at train station in Independence, Iowa 2003 I’m not usually a fan of a western scene, but as the sun sunk low in the sky, the iron wheel created such wonderful shadows on the concrete.
As I write this, my neighbors are having a large oak tree cut down. Well, it’s probably an oak, but maybe it’s a maple, I don’t think it’s a walnut. Frankly, I haven’t really paid that much attention. Full Disclosure: I failed “Tree ID” in school. Regardless of the tree’s flavor, I quite liked it.… Read More Tree of Liberty