Featured Gallery: Alaska

Alaska

August, 2015: our great Alaskan adventure. Denali National Park--and Seward and Homer, on the Kenai Peninsula. Magnificent scenery. Even better, we got to know my cousin Bev, as well as Fred, Ibi, and Chad.

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Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park, only fifty miles from Zion National Park, is not a canyon but a series of amphitheaters on the side of the Paunargunt Plateau. Hoodoos, which can be two hundred feet high, are the red, white, and orange rock formations that are the hallmark of Bryce Canyon National Park.

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Zion National Park

Zion National Park is a slot canyon with cliffs overlooking the Virgin River. Native Americans and early settlers regarded the area as a holy place. My photo of the three bighorn sheep won our group's contest and will hang in the Holiday Inn Express in Springdale, UT. Enjoy the sights.

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West Coast of Florida

These photos explore Captiva and Sanibel Islands on the west coast of Florida.

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Butterflies Etc.

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Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, GA

Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, GA

"Linwood Through the Lens: Contemporary Photographs of Historic Linwood Cemetery" is a 2014 publication in which I had five photos selected to be included. These are "An Invitation," "Hydrangeas for Lizzie," "Reaching Up," "Ruby Whithurst," and "Springtide." The book was the result of a year-long project to capture the cemetery in as many ways as possible.

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Old Car City, White, GA

Enjoy the ride!

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Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park, a magnificent wilderness, lies at the northern end of the Rockies in the U.S. I hope you will experience something of the park's grandeur and diversity through my photographs.

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2 Friends, 2 Perspectives, March 14, 2013

Art Beat and the Rankin Arts Center, both in Columbus, Georgia, sponsored a show for myself and fellow photographer, Margaret Page. We hung eighty images, often in categories showing the perspective each of us brings to photographing the same subject matter. Those categories include water, critters, sunrise/sunset, abstracts, fog, motion, flowers, and reflections. In addition, we exhibited a variety of our best work.

Margaret and I usually photograph together once a week, and we often shoot the same subjects. But our perspectives always differ. The joy of sharing beauty as well as techniques and critiques makes for a good friendship.

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Photopia Interprets Nature, April 22-May 23, 2013

These images were selected to be a part of Photopia's exhibit at Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain, Georgia. Photopia is a photography group sponsored by Columbus State University's Continuing Education, Columbus, Georgia. Lotus Leaf Heart and The Twins received Honorable Mention awards.

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Zooms and Swirls

Zooming is moving the barrel of the lens while taking a photo. If you zoom the lens and twirl the camera body in a circle, you get what I call a double swirl. You never know exactly how the shot will turn out.

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Colorado Journey

In the summer of 2011, I drove to Colorado looking for wildflowers and more.

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A long exposure melts the lights of the Ferris wheel.

Fun at the Fair

For several years now, I have delighted in the lights of the fair.

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Multiple Exposures

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