This beautiful, leafless tree really stood out in sillouette against the rising morning sun. I was fortunate to have a bird pose in this shot to make it even more special.
There’s something mysterious about a good blurry photo. They give you a form and then ask you, the viewer, to interpret what it is or why it is. Blurs can be made in many different ways. This one was taken at an extremely long focal length (300mm) while the subject was moving. Then I desaturated it to monochrome and gave it an unorthodox crop for the final look.
It’s no secret that I love photographing dandelions. Their vibrant color, unique flower
This image was made a few years back at the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens in Vail, Colorado. The right side of the image was horribly overexposed but I rather like the extreme contrast between it and the darker, rich green moss on the left.
This is a photo from a couple of years ago that I’ve ressurected from the depths of my Flickr account. I used natural early morning light through a window to give this photo a really neat low-key effect.