Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Sunday, September 1, 2013
Sometimes you hear the shot before seeing the shot. I took some sunrise photos from Compromise Bridge in Annapolis this morning. At one point, I was concentrating on the Eastport side when I heard the sound of a boat heading out to the Chesapeake Bay. Before I ever got the boat in my viewfinder, I knew the potential shot about to be offered.
Whether it is vessels exploring the depths of our oceans or ones that launch into space, they are reminders. They let us remember one of humankind’s core elements – the desire to explore.
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Earlier in the day we had all donned the required respectful garb that one is expected to wear when saying good-bye to a loved one who has passed on. Afterwards, while some stayed in the house, locked in quiet and serious conversations, all that was needed was a short trip to the backyard to be reminded that summer afternoons were meant for fun and that life does indeed go on.
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Sometimes when things seem to be spinning out of control, one just needs to stop, breath and take a few moments to see the wonder that is right in your own backyard. The following photos were taken on a Sunday morning just after a rain shower had passed through the area and then on the following evening just before sunset.
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
No long prose attached to this post. Just decided yesterday (4/9/2013) to get up really early (5 a.m.) and get down to the tidal basin area of Washington, D.C. to see the cherry blossoms make their grand (and brief) spring appearance. Enjoy the pics.
Sunday, March 3, 2013
Saturday, January 5, 2013
During the holidays last month, I went with friends to Longwood Gardens in Pennsylania. (Note: Some pics from there will be posted soon). Before heading home, we stopped at the nearby Newlin Grist Mill. Walked around the grounds and grabbed a few shots that involved two popular photo themes -- water and windows. Enjoy.