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

Posts tagged “stock photography

Monument Valley Clouds

Monument Valley

A spectacular view of clouds in Monument Valley.

On the Road

highway, road

I come from the east where roads constantly twist and turn.
In the American West they travel straight, for miles.
It is a thing of beauty.

Through the looking glass…

Alcatraz Prison  Window

The photograph was made while looking through a window on Alcatraz Federal Prison.

Standing Amongst Giants


Photograph taken in the Big Basin Redwoods State Park, California.

Portrait of a Master Chef – Jacques Pepin


While on assignment, it was time for a portrait before the show.

Frontier Education


A school in the 1800’s America in the Capitol Reef National Park.

Chinatown – NYC

Stores and pedestrians in Chinatown, New York City.

Haven’t been there in awhile. Always fun. Always good food.

Morning Mist

Gettysburg, Morning, Fog, Foggy, Mist, Misty

Early morning mist in Gettysburg.

Portrait of the Judge


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 Train Station

Railroad Train Station

The Train.

Rock’em Sock’em Robots

rock'em sock'em robots

For those who remember “Rock’em Sock’em Robots” from their childhood,
here’s the arcade version from the early 1900’s.

Sunrise & the Brooklyn Bridge

Sunrise-Brooklyn-BridgeEarly morning boat in the Hudson River and the Brooklyn Bridge.



Architecture photography isn’t something that I pursue,
but at times, I will see something that catches my eye.

Portrait of Eyes

A young lady wears eye makeup.

The eyes have it.

The Fisherman


Morning in the harbor.

To Zebra or not to Zebra…


…That is the question!
Has the Zebra riddle been solved?
Are they black on white or white on black stripes?

Portrait of The Model


And environmental portrait taken on my trip out west last year.

The Surfer & The Storm


Early morning at the ocean, a storm coming and a surfer ready to surf. What could go wrong?

Black and White


Photographed several years ago with a medium format camera and B&W film.



Are you afraid?

Chinese Lanterns

Chinese Lanterns

It amazes me that these fiery lanterns can be ignited and sent
off into the sky only to fall back onto some unsuspecting victim.
I guess it’s nice to know that in our highly litigious society
we can still do some crazy things!



Apparently birds are capable of much more than I realized.

A Cobblestone Journey

Cobblestone Road

I can only imagine what it would have been like to travel on such roads.

High Fashion


It’s always good to have your camera because you never know what you’ll see.