Photo Of The Day – L.A. And The Moon From Griffith Observatory

Title: L.A. And The Moon From Griffith Observatory Location: Los Angeles, California, USA, North America Description: I’ve only been to the observatory twice and each time has had a special Continue Reading →

Traveling Through Colors: Green

Green is a good, all-purpose, calming color and I can use some calm today. Continuing with my series to explore the world I have photographed through color, I present to Continue Reading →

Traveling Through Colors: Orange

I go through phases with my photography and it is especially easy to grab on to a color concept when looking through the images on a recent trip. In this Continue Reading →

Photo Of The Day – Photographers At Mesa Arch, Canyonlands National Park, Utah

    Title: Photographers At Mesa Arch, Canyonlands National Park, Utah, USA Location: Mesa Arch, Canyonlands National Park, Utah, USA, North America Description: Getting a good spot at Mesa Arch Continue Reading →

Photo Of The Day – Just After Sunset

Title: Just After Sunset Location: Green River Overlook, Canyonlands National Park, Utah, USA, North America Description: Magic happens after the sun has passed the horizon, if you take the time Continue Reading →

Photo Of The Day – Sunset Over Canyonlands National Park

Title: Sunset Over Canyonlands National Park Location: Canyonlands National Park, Utah, USA, North America Description: Watching the sun set from the rim of Canyonlands National Park, overlooking the Green River, Continue Reading →

Aperture – 31+ Days To Better Photography

Yesterday’s Topic: Shutter Speed Part 2 of the Exposure Triangle is Aperture. Aperture affects Depth Of Field. Do you hate math still?  You might hate it more.  Check this out. Continue Reading →

Photo Of The Day – African Cape Buffalo And Oxpeckers

Title: African Cape Buffalo and Oxpeckers Description: Oxpeckers hang out on African Cape Buffaloes munching on ticks and keeping the beasts generally clean.  Although, they won’t wash off the mud Continue Reading →