The Blog – Five Years On Part II
As promised in the last blog this will be part II of the blog five years on! After about 60 blogs it becomes difficult for a photographer to pick five or even ten favorites out of many years of shooting. So for this month’s blog I have decided to show a few more images with less explanation – in other words I’ll shut up and let you look at the photographs!! The first image below is called “Milky Way, Tilghman, MD.” This was my first attempt to capture the Milky Way and thanks to my friend/cousin Bruce Steakley (brucesteakley.com) I was able to get this shot: Moral – you never stop learning.
The second photograph is one of my all time favorites. It is called “Swamp Road, Another View”, and was one in which I literally almost walked away before getting the image.
My third image was taken at the Central Park Gardens and is called “Italian Garden Path, NYC.” To me it is just an easy to look at serene scene.
I had to include at least one flower shot after all these years photographing gardens like Presby Iris Garden. This one is called “Aurifero Iris, Closeup, Presby Garden.”
Everyone loves waterfalls so I am including “Delicate Falls” because it is a nice representation of soft water flow.
I could not forgive myself if I didn’t put at least one image from my beloved Yosemite National Park, so here is “Glacier Point, Yosemite.”
The next image called “Lower Manhattan Lights” is one of my best cityscape photographs and I had to include it.
The last image for this month’s blog is “Lady Liberty And Full Moon”, and is proof that being in the right place at the right time sometimes really pays off!!
I hope you have enjoyed another walk down memory lane with me because I certainly did. It is amazing that I sometimes can not remember what I had for dinner last night, but I can tell you each circumstance of getting all of these photographs. Photography is a great hobby/profession and I hope that those of you who go out to capture what you see have gained a little knowledge from my blog, so until next month remember “Keep Shooting!”