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A note about the masthead: the image was taken on the Brooklyn Bridge at dusk using a slow shutter speed to illustrate the movement of the vehicles and the streaming of their headlights.
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- Inspired by Paul Klee
- Abstract Lines
- City Colors
- Astrolabe M
- Astrolabe Quad
- Central Park in Autumn
- Celestial Circle
- Carib Cottage
- Abstract Squares
- Cabin in the Snow
- Blue House
- AI Image Generation
- Cornell Birds of the World
- Black-Necked Stilt
- Scarlet Rose Mallow
- Jelly Fish
Category Archives: Landscape
Last week my eldest daughter was “stranded” here in Florida for several days due to a big snow storm up north. While I have not personally witnessed a lot of snow in the past 13 years, I do remember – … Continue reading
This stone lantern is a symbol of Japanese creative symmetry in stone. It is named Kotoji meaning “harp tuner” since the two legs on which the body of the lantern stands resemble the tuning forks (or moveable bridges) of the … Continue reading
We went to the Morikami Gardens and Museum in Delray Beach, Fl. This is a photo of the Wisdom Ring. This Wisdom Ring is a replica of a 500-year-old stone lantern that has become a symbol of Miyazu, Delray Beach’s sister … Continue reading
What is more representative of spring than a crab apple (Malus species) tree in full bloom? This one is framed by a wonderful stone fence. We have a similar tree in our back yard that has been with us for … Continue reading
This barn bordered by yellow forsythia was taken at Muscoot Farm in Somers, NY. You can refer to a previous post to read about this farm and photos made last year. The image was taken with the Canon 70-200 L … Continue reading
Very early this morning, my friend and I made our way to Lake Worth Pier to photograph the sunrise. Unfortunately, a rather dense cloud cover obscured the sun most of the time and I was not able to get a … Continue reading
One of my favorite images from our July trip to Europe is this sunset taken from the Ponte delle Guglie over the Canale di Cannaregio in Venice. This location was a short walk from the Hotel Bellini, where we were staying. … Continue reading
Went to my grandsons’ swim meet and track events on Sunday. To while away my time waiting for the outdoor track events, I found some great storm clouds to photograph. I took each photo with a three-bracket exposure and post-processed … Continue reading
Yesterday, we visited Huguenot Street in New Paltz, NY. About one hour south of Albany, Huguenot Street is a collection of six stone homes built prior to 1720 by the Belgian and French colonizers of New Paltz. These Huguenots bought … Continue reading