Another one of those random images that just make me smile! And another fun example of pareidolia.
This just makes me smile for some reason.
I was trying to capture a shot of this cute couple snuggling at the bus stop as we drove through this small city in Costa Rica. Barely captured them but what I did capture is quite odd and intriguing to me. So many faces!
Tropical plants on the balcony of The Lagarta Lodge, Nosara, Costa Rica. In the distance is Ostional where the Olive Ridley sea turtles come to nest and also the Nosara Biological Reserve.
Awesome wave in Marbella, Costa Rica
Carolina blue sky and the Little Bridge, Nags Head, NC
Spectacular sunset sky over the Outer Banks of North Carolina this week.
This is one of those happy accidents as a photographer. I was shooting the pelicans that were perched atop this waterside building one recent foggy morning when suddenly this fishing boat appeared out of the fog, much to my delight.
By special request – this is for you Sam!
I tend to shoot a little crooked but in this case it works. I will claim that I meant to do that, but not really!
Duck, North Carolina
This is where I discovered the channel markers graveyard and shot my two posts, Retired Channel Markers and Channel Markers Revisited. I wanted to share with our viewers the kinds of places I go to find really interesting shots. One of my favorite places to explore is near the train tracks in any city or small town. I have never been disappointed by the photographic treasures that live near the tracks! When I decided to venture into this neighborhood, I had no idea that these channel markers were stored here. Now I want to find out their history! Stay tuned! I shot this through the windshield by the way so it’s not the greatest quality. I didn’t want to startle the man heading my way by jumping out and taking a picture. And yes I could probably jazz it up with some post processing but other images are already waiting for me there!
A softer, more subtle version this time. And in my college sorority colors, pink and green – thanks Mother Nature!