What do you get when you mix thousands of colorful blooms and sunshine? A bunch of HAPPY PEOPLE, and a perfect photo-op! Tulip gardens are such a FANTASTIC place for a colorful backdrop! I was at the Woodland Tulip Festival in Washington, and what a beautiful spring day it was. Thousands of delightful tulips; planted with precision, sun-drenched, and ready to be noticed.
My newest ELECTRIFYING work. Always take your camera with you, everywhere you go. Because sometimes you may find an opportunity to make something that's usually boring downright interesting!
For those fans of minimalism, I have some FREE wallpapers (no watermarks) below for you to download. I use this second one on my iPhone because it looks sleek and makes the icons easy to read. Enjoy!
The look given by a child can be amusing, hilarious or even mysterious. But when you see a child's face light up with joy because she sees her Mommy, you know that is true love. Something that simply can't be measured.
A lot of patience and persuasion is needed to get a three-year-old to stand still on a playground. For someone who has "ants-in-the-pants", she surprised me for about three seconds; long enough to capture this shot.
Recent exploration of black-and-whites featuring some of the talented craftsmen at Formations Inc. These skilled artisans are the building force behind the outstanding and award-winning exhibits featured thoughout the United States. As a Designer for Formations since 2004, I've met and worked with many of these men, and the work they do always blows me away. Thank you Dion for being the first subject in this collection of black and whites.
A photo of Packy at the Oregon Zoo. This 51 year old gentle giant sadly has active tuberculosis and is not reacting well to his treatment drug. He's the oldest male elephant in North America. Hopefully he will overcome his illness and have many, many more years of life.
On Thanksgiving morning, I set out at 6am in freezing cold temps, to my secret spot in the "Couv" (as locals call it). With a thermos full of piping-hot coffee I waited and hoped for some magnificent sunrise to take place alongside this fantastic view of Mt. Hood. This location was simply an open field, thirty feet behind some office buildings, and within ten minutes from my house. What unusual locations have you photographed from, that resulted in a fantastic exposure? Of the one-hundred and fifty shots, this combination of three exposures blended in Photomatix is my favorite.
Shadowed by the warm glow of the sunset, a man is seen admiring his limit of Razor clams just before he wades back to dry land.