The Pomona Natural Bridge in the Shawnee National Forest is unique and unusual. Comprised of sandstone shaped by millions of years of erosion, the bridge spans 90 feet, running about 25 feet above ground. It is tough to photograph with obstructed views, filtered light and vines masking the stone, so, I stood under itContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual”
via Photo Challenge: Bridge I imagine this Venetian has gone under thousands upon thousands of bridges in his time. He’s probably witnessed falls, crimes and heavy passion in his life of bridges. I challenged myself to remember the first bridge that I went under. I was seven or so–I always say seven when I don’tContinue reading “Photo Challenge: Bridge”
The ocean constantly delivers a new moment whether it is the power of the tide pushing a log onto the beach, as shown here, or a surfer in search of the perfect ride. via Photo Challenge: Delta
I’ve been to the Boboli Gardens in Firenze many times but only after taking a shot of the Neptune Fountain with a telephoto lens did I see the wire bracing Neptune’s trident. <a href=”https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/details/”>Details</a>
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Monochromatic.” The “amazing haze” over the Ventana Wilderness near Big Sur is my choice for this week’s challenge. Note, the before and after “cropping” photos.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Connected.” Our dog, Molly, loves to connect with other dogs on the beach. Here (she’s on the left) finds a taker for a game of chase.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Creepy.” Here’s a photo, ” Death in Venice,” that is clearly creepy. I took it at sunrise in an almost empty Piazza San Marco–note that the chairs have yet to be occupied.. A sea gull has killed a small bird. I chased it away and so did others,Continue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Creepy”
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Inspiration.” A triple dose of inspiration for me is being outdoors in the fall weather colors on a path to somewhere without cars. This photo of a trail running through Jockey Hollow in Morristown National Historical Park, New Jersey, gets at the heart of things.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Close Up.” I’m a beekeeper with a camera. Here is one of my favorite shots with a focus on the delicate wings that can beat 11,000 times per minute, or zero when it’s nectar time.