personal work – Manhattan cityscapes It’s been a long cold winter without much chance to roam around and explore with a camera. The past weekend it seemed like the weather was finally relenting and becoming warmer. Taking to the streets to shoot for myself a bit with no purpose in mind, I ended up with […]
This alien-looking Quiver Tree is indigenous to the arid regions of southern Africa. This photograph was taken in the Namib Desert in Namibia. Apparently the tree only blossoms after 20 or 30 years and can grow to 300 years old. The nest seen in the tree is built by a community of Sociable Weaver birds. […]
All elements in the frame stripped to a minimum – my preferred approach to landscape photography. The colors are saturated with a polarizer filter. This image is my entry for the Alive for 365 project this week. [ Pentax Z-1; Pentax-FA 28-80mm f3.5-4.7 / Fujichrome RDP 100 / polarizer filter ] [ Waenhuiskrans, South Africa […]
Still digging into the archives, this landscape is my entry this week for the Alive for 365 project. When I saw the shadow side of this hill, I noticed how the triangular dark shape divided the yellow grass from the blue sky. By framing the edge of the hill to the very edge of the […]
This super-saturated landscape photograph is my choice for this week’s entry to the Alive for 365 project. It is the lighthouse at Cape Aghulas – the southern-most tip of South Africa.
My entry this week for the Alive for 365 project is this enigmatic landscape. While on a hike in Magoebaskloof in South Africa (Dec ’89), I wanted to portray some of the eeriness of walking through the misty forest that morning. I remember it being very quiet. I kept looking for *something* to photograph .. […]
Beach houses at Muizenberg Beach, South Africa; Sept ’92 using a polarizing filter with landscape photography In trying to find an interesting image for my entry this week in the Alive for 365 project, I went back into my archives to some color transparencies I had scanned. It’s still too cold to venture out and […]