Portrait of a Legend.
One of my favorite underwater photographs made several years ago.
Portrait of a train engineer hard at work in the train yard.
Some corn fields grow more than just corn.
Portrait photograph taken along the Delaware Water Gap in New Jersey.
I am a fan of Big Band music and was recently assigned to take photographs of the Count Basie Orchestra performing. Needless to say, I was excited. Before the band went onstage I took the opportunity to go backstage and talk to a few of the members.
The 3 gentlemen pictured have been with the orchestra for many years. The gentleman on the left was also with the Duke Ellington orchestra at one time. I asked the gentleman on the right about the Basie Orchestra’s appearance in the Mel Brook’s film “Blazing Saddles” and it wasn’t Basie’s real band.
Before taking their photo, I asked for permission and it was granted. The photo was taken with available light, which was VERY little. I thought it best to take it “as is” and not waste the moment getting a flash and losing the opportunity.
Portrait of a man and his dog.
While on assignment, it was time for a portrait before the show.
The Gorilla applied to be a judge on American Idol but was denied when he said he preferred
the music of Bach and Beethoven over what the contestants were singing. Go figure!
The eyes have it.
And environmental portrait taken on my trip out west last year.
Early morning at the ocean, a storm coming and a surfer ready to surf. What could go wrong?
Portrait of a teenage shopper.
The Curler Family. Voted most likely to have the nicest hair.
Portrait of a Grandmother.
The title says it all.
Portrait taken in Dover, England before visiting Dover Castle.
Traveling on a bus at the time.
They’re casting for another superhero. Enter- Aquaboy!
Teenagers. Can’t live with’em. Can’t live without’em.
Standing in the ocean watching my son being pounded by the waves.
I wonder if the owner of the glasses found where he left them.