Quietly lurking in the dark ocean waters of a desolate, alien world, two hungry sea monsters scavenge a shallow lagoon in search of a meal.
In this unusual desert scene, elephants walk in a single file line on a quest for water, with transparent flatscreen monitors rotating within one another. To create this design, I used Bryce, Adobe Photoshop and Filter Forge software. Guests can visit my shops at Society 6, Redbubble, Fine Art America and Cafepress to discover some cool products. Hope to see you soon…
Prints available. Photographed along the 11-mile scenic drive at Cades Cove, a popular national park in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, these two deer were part of a larger group enjoying breakfast.
Prints available. I photographed these three deer grazing for breakfast in a frozen field at Cades Cove, a national park in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee.
An eclipse, perhaps? No. Just a daytime photograph of pigeons in a tree, processed with a black and white infrared filter effect. See more, and remember the following advice – if at all possible, never park your car under a tree of pigeons.
Close-up black and white photography featuring goose steps imprinted across a snow-covered field. See more in my gallery.
During a recent visit to Cades Cove in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, I was photographing an old wooden-homestead, when people nearby began to gather along the tree-line.
I walked in that direction to observe three bears (a mother with two cubs) climbing around in a tree. Here are a few pictures taken during their descent:
Last August, while hiking at the Pogue Creek Canyon State Natural Area…
Please read: Part One – Close Encounter With Bears
Part Two – Another Black Bear Video
Fortunately, the bear appeared preoccupied with his search for lunch, shifting rocks in the stream to un-house potential sources of food. I stood behind trees, when possible, watching the bear move further away as I cautiously followed.
At a switchback in the trail, I paused to record this video with the zoom feature on my camera. Although the stream was generally quite shallow, the bear found a deeper pool in which to relax and keep cool –
Near the end of the video, you’ll observe (as I did) that the bear elevates his nose, sniffing in the air to identify an odor of my presence. At this point, the trail changed direction, and so did I – uphill and away!
Footnote: I didn’t realize it at the time, but, if you turn up the volume on the video – and, the volume on your computer/device – you’ll hear the bear grunt as he detects my scent – yikes!!!
If you like the header-image (above), it’s based on a photograph I took that day while hiking. A larger size is available on prints (and more) in my galleries at Pixels and/or Fine Art America. Thanks for stopping by!
For many years, a seagull has called the top perch of this local street light his own. Last winter, however, a marauding crow sought to intervene, and, by virtue of its very annoying screech, drive the seagull from the pole position…
Let the games begin!
Footnote: the seagull persevered.
Camera-shy goslings look away while practicing synchronized swimming maneuvers in shallow water along the Huron River, located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Visit my gallery at Fine Art America for a variety of available print options.
This morning at sunrise, I photographed a duck and swan bathing in the shallows of the Huron River, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Golden reflections across the rippled water with animal silhouettes made for a picturesque shot. See more in my gallery at Fine Art America.
This black and white photography features seagulls along the shore of Lake Superior, as seen in Michigan’s upper peninsula at Marquette. A favorite spot as a child, you too can enjoy this rocky, island environment – on a wall in your home, or at the office. Stop by my gallery at Fine Art America to discover a wide array of prints…