The life of a photographer who likes to shoot just about anything.

Posts tagged “landscape

Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge

The Golden Gate Bridge is breathtaking when covered in fog.

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Monument Valley

Monument Valley

A view of one of my favorite places.


Early Morning Mist

Trees, Forest, Fog, MistThe ghosts are all around us.
They exist in the fog and mist.


The Sky

Arizona

Somewhere in Arizona near Monument Valley.


Sunset From the South Rim

Grand Canyon Sunset

Grand Canyon Sunset


Autumn Leaf

Red Autumn Leaf

Always beautiful.


Dinosaur Geology

Dinosaur

In Capitol Reef National Park, Utah.
A geologic formation that resembled a dinosaur skeleton.


Around the Bend

A tree on a dirt road.

Photograph made several years ago on a foggy morning.


Monsoon Season in the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon, North Rim

When I visited the North Rim of the Grand Canyon several years ago,
I did not know that August was the rainy season.
Live and Learn.


The National Parks

Delicate Arch, Arches National Park, Moab, Utah

Many photographers, both amateur and professional, have taken thousands of photos of these landscapes.  But regardless of the artistic talent and technical skill of the photographer, to stand on the edge of the Grand Canyon, to see an arch at Arches National Park, to drive along Rte 24 in Utah to see Capitol Reef National Park, is to really see the land.

The photograph is of the Delicate Arch located in Arches National Park, Moab, Utah.


A Visit to Stonehenge

Stonehenge

Photograph made several years ago while visiting England.
Photographed with 35mm color print film.


Shadows

Grand Canyon Sunset

The Grand Canyon. View from the South Rim.
Photographed several years ago using 35mm Kodachrome film.


Travelin’ by Train

Steam locomotive train

Traveling by train is part journey, part discovery and part destination.


Canyonlands National Park

Rainbow in Grand View Point Overlook in Canyonlands National Par

Revisiting an old favorite.

Photograph made in the early evening at Grand View Point, Canyonlands National Park, Utah.


Fairy Tale

fog, foggy, mist, misty, field

Some moments are like a fairy tale.


Full Moon over Cape Cod

Provincetown, Cape Cod, Nighttime, Stars, Astronomical, Astronomy photography

The town pictured is Provincetown, at the tip of the Cape.
When the Moon is full, it glows like a midnight sun losing all detail.
The glowing point of light at the bottom middle is Pilgrim’s Monument.


Sunset in Gettysburg

Gettysburg National Park Sunset

Photograph of sunset in Gettysburg National Park.


Sunset and the Balanced Rock, Utah

A view of Balanced Rock in Arches National Park, Utah.

Photograph of the setting Sun on “Balanced Rock” in Arches National Park, Moab, Utah.


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Where Superman Grew Up

An American Landscape of the West.


Descending into the Past

North Rim Grand Canyon National Park

Hiking a trail and descending into the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.


Canyonlands

Canyonlands National Park, Utah

Canyonlands National Park, Utah
From a visit several years ago.
An absolutely beautiful place.


The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of…..

Monument-Valley

The title is a quote from a famous movie,
and the location above has been in many movies.
So it is “the stuff that dreams are made of…”


Watching the Neighbors

Dover Caste, Dover England, English Channel

Photograph was made looking out a window
in Dover Castle, Dover, England.
The English Channel is visible in the distance.


Hometown Falls

Paterson, New Jersey, Waterfalls

The photograph above is of a waterfalls in my hometown – Paterson, New Jersey, USA.
“The Falls”, as it is known to the city’s inhabitants, is a source of pride and history.
The city has a rich history – it was America’s first industrial city.
It is home to many famous people, including a favorite comedian of mine, Lou Costello
(of Abbott and Costello fame).
Locomotive engines were built here that were world renown. One of the first submarines was
launched from the Passaic River. New York City Theater plays would open in Paterson first.
It was known as “Silk City” (before the advent of artificial fibers).
The list goes on and on.