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- Fall Path
- Yellow Flower Painting
- Palm Frond in B&W
- National Wildlife Day
- Tuba Player
- Flower Arrangement
- Huyck Falls
- A New Digital Painting
- Panther Ridge
- The Arch
- Lakeside Tree
- Featured Artist
- Florida Wildlife Scene
- A White House
- McKee Gardens Landscape
- Welcome back
- Nice lighting can make anything look good
- Butterfly Painting
- Duck, Duck, Goose
- Down the Stretch
Tag Archives: New York City
This image, called Three Dresses, was awarded first place in group B at the Delray Camera Club competition for November 24, 2010. The judge commented that “this photographer sees an image that others do not …” It was made in … Continue reading
I am very pleased to announce that I am now represented for online sales at http://www.redbubble.com/people/photokarl. You can purchase photographic prints (mounted, matted and framed), canvas wraps, greeting cards and more. The first image for sale is my recent NYC … Continue reading
Continuing with my recent NYC photo series, this image explores the subway entrance. I have taken many photos from the underground subway station but this is the first of the surface entrance. This image was made framing the man beginning … Continue reading
I could not believe my incredible luck in this image. As I often do in “street” photography, I hold the camera at waist height and with the 17-50mm lens, shoot at wide angle (in this case, 37mm). Most decent images … Continue reading
Bagels anyone! This photo was taken on the corner of 33rd and Eighth Avenue. Food vendors (pushcarts to you) are on almost every corner in NYC. Taken with the Tamron 17-50mm lens and post-processed in Lightroom 3.
This image was made at the main post office at 31st-33rd Streets and 8th Avenue in New York City. Officially called the James Farley Post Office, it was built in 1912 and is an architectural fixture in midtown Manhattan. The … Continue reading
This image was made in New York City looking into a food stand. This is typical of the many such places in Manhattan. The sign says it all. The photo called for a graphic feel. It was initially processed in … Continue reading