When you find yourself in a fabulous city like New York, and it's sunset, and you have your camera with you - it's time to fire away! (hey Jim, that's obvious!)
But sometimes you get home and think about the shots you didn't take. That's ok, and it does happen. But it's also rewarding when you decide to change your habits and do something you never really do, and it works out great. Here's 6 pics from Central Park where I changed things up and it worked out great. Have a look!
Here's a baker's dozen pics from one of my trips to Denver. I got up early and caught a magical sunrise, which made it all worthwhile. And by the way, these pics are from 5 years ago. Why am I sharing them now? Well, there are a couple of reasons, so click on in and have a read!
San Francisco is a lovely city, and a great one for photography. Today's post is a little tour of a few spots that I have photographed there on my travels. A little bit of this and that, if you will. Take a look and enjoy the tour!
Today's blog post is a little different than my normal post - it's my entry in the Thomas Cook photo-blogging competition. It's something anyone can join, and it's rather fun, once you get started. So have a look and enjoy!
Ah, Las Vegas - you are a photographic wonderland! There really is a lot to shoot there, if you can handle being there for more than 24 hours! I spent 3 days there recently, and came home with 1500 photos. So yeah, I guess I did ok. :-)
Take a look at these highlights of the trip, and let me know what you think of Sin City!