Monthly Archives: July 2012

Pretty Things

I’m asked all the time, “What do you photograph?” It’s a hard question, believe it or not. I like to photograph “pretty things.” The beach. Sunrise and sunset. Flowers. Autumn foliage. Butterflies. Castles. But how do I explain to someone … Continue reading

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A Star-Spangled Monument

Today is Independence Day, and what better image to bring you than of a structure celebrating one of the founding fathers of our great nation and our first president, with the stars and stripes waving gloriously next to it. Here … Continue reading

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Ebb and Flow

“Break, break, break, On thy cold gray stones, O sea! And I would that my tongue could utter The thoughts that arise in me.” – Alfred, Lord Tennyson What are the thoughts that arise in you when you look at … Continue reading

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