Here’s a dashboard photograph from my iPhone in Tennessee, on a recent road trip to Greeter Falls. Moments earlier, I had a great view from a higher elevation – now, preparing to enter the fog.
Hello, Boss. It looks like I’m going to be late for work today. I hate to have to ask, but could you spare a shovel?
Enjoy this black and white photograph of a car that’s going nowhere, presently stuck in the snow. Check out my gallery at Fine Art America for more.
Thinking about driving downtown, tonight? Better think again – traffic in the city has slowed to a crawl. You might want to stay home and shop online, instead.
I’ve added this digital artwork to my galleries at Society 6 and Fine Art America, where guests may discover a wide assortment of interesting items. So, stop by for a visit when you’re in the neighborhood!
Enjoy this digital artwork in the city with cars driving on rain-soaked streets, based on a photograph featuring rows of skyscraper buildings. I’ve added this design to my galleries at Society 6, Fine Art America and Zazzle, where guests can discover some terrific items available print on demand. So, stop in for a visit…
Enjoy this digital painting of a vintage automobile driving on a road through the desert under blue skies. To create this image, I used Adobe Photoshop and Filter Forge software. Today, I’ve added it to my galleries at Fine Art America and Redbubble, where guests may discover a variety of wonderful print types and other associated merchandise. Thanks for stopping by.
This tinted photograph features stacked roads and automotive traffic at an area airport. It’s emphasis on geometric angles and shading would make a fine print for your home or office. My gallery at Fine Art America has a variety of print types available for interested parties. Check it out…
It was roughly fifteen years ago on a sunny summer day at Hudson Mills Metropark. I was shooting a round of disc golf on the Original Course with a friend, Jim Daniels, and we had just completed the first of six alternate holes.
Walking to the tee pad on “Hole B”, we observed several novice players foraging about in the tall grass off of the fairway for an errant throw. Signaling that we’d like to play through, they waved us on.
At 330′, I was quite pleased when my sidearm drive landed only ten feet shy of the basket. So to was Jim, as his backhand drive bettered mine by two feet. Both great shots!
As we walked ahead, the other players could be heard talking amongst themselves, suggesting that we must be professional disc golfers. Not an unreasonable assumption, given our two drives. And, it sure sounded good at the time.
Nevertheless, when we arrived at our thrown discs, we each proceeded to miss short putts. At that moment, reality came crashing down and it sounded a lot like amateur…
Based on a photograph of a street in New York City (from Unsplash), I used Adobe Photoshop to create this vibrant, sketchy digital painting of cars, buildings and a structural bridge-overpass. If you’re interested in decorating walls in your home or at the office, this city scene would certainly liven up such spaces! Several print types and other items are available in the following galleries: Pixels and Society 6. Stop by for a visit…