I just LOVE fall in the smoky mountains! The sights, the smells, the connection with nature I feel, what is not to love? There is a feeling I get when I am in the mountains. Part of it is being in awe, part of it is a pure joy from being around nature and the […]
Journey In Photos
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The tide was high, the waves crashing into me didn’t cause me to lose focus on capturing the sunset at El Matador Beach
Downtown Los Angeles Today is day three in my workshop with Serge. Another day in the middle of the scorching Los Angeles heat wave, with highs well above 90 degrees. We started the day in the classroom avoiding the heat and waiting for the right time to get the best possible light. We drive downtown to […]
The Background It’s my second day in Serge’s workshop, my third full day in the Los Angeles area. So far I’ve spent two days in the classroom and this will be my second night in the field with the group. The plan for tonight is to shoot from the one and only Griffith Park and […]
Venice Beach – A suburb of Los Angeles, California It is day 1 of my photography workshop with the world renown photographer, Serge Ramelli. I’m uncertain of what the day will bring, as we spent the first 3 – 4 hours in a hotel conference room talking about photography and looking at images. This is […]
Santa Monica California It’s a hot summer day in July, the beginning of a rare heat wave for the Los Angeles area and it’s about 80 degrees outside. This being the 5th of July it seems lots of people are off from work and enjoying the beach in hopes of cooling down from the heat. […]
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I leave you with this
“And to this day I wish I had lingered a week or so… But we stupid mortals, or most of us, are always in haste to reach somewhere else, forgetting that the zest is in the journey and not in the destination.” – Ralph D. Paine