I wouldn’t have believed this would work at all, but I kinda like it.
… over a winter flood in a stream in the forest at my university.
an old pickup along Route 93 in Nevada, USA, near a once-upon-a-time Pony Express station …
… north of Winnemucca, Nevada, on Route 95. To the west is the Black Rock Desert, home of Burning Man. [embiggen]
Panel of an old delivery truck on a street corner in Sheridan, Wyoming …
Art can be an incremental process. Then there are times when, without warning, you find yourself caught in the throes of some muse’s dying, orgasmic spasm, well and truly beyond any rational explanation.
… one of the first images I shot after buying my first digital camera.
… well, shredded wood, at least.
… adrift in snow.
… on an oak log in the forest at my university.
… in the woods near my office.
… now in monochrome!
an image from years ago re-edited much better … [embiggen]
A few years back Greg Thow took this majestic shot in Rocky Mountain National Park, and I’m still not sure it isn’t my favorite Greg photo ever. So today, while hiking the Lower Cataract Lake loop up in Summit County I came across Cataract Falls. Didn’t know there was a Cataract Falls. But this scene reminded me of Greg’s RMNP shot. I don’t think I’m anywhere near that one in terms of power and artistic impact, but it’s nice to have pretty spots to practice, huh?
Two takes, color first.
And the black and white. Continue reading
… in southern Wyoming.
… in Badlands National Park in South Dakota. [larger image]
… in the back country of Wind Cave National Park in Wyoming, USA.
… at a place my students and graduates ought to know well.