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Borobudur Temple

In Black and White, cultural photography, landmarks, Worldwide Butter by Kevin WenningLeave a Comment

I visited Borobudur Temple early in the morning hoping to get some epic sunrise photos. Don’t try to go in before sunrise even if there is a side gate open. That’s a long story not worth re-telling. I recommend that you just go to the main entrance and buy a ticket like everybody else. Well, the weather didn’t cooperate and …

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Moonrise

In Artistic Photography, Black and White, Landscape, Lost In Nature by Kevin WenningLeave a Comment

This moonrise over Mount Sopris is a rare sight in Colorado. Yes, the moon does rise every day. We are on planet earth and all those cycles are consistent here. We rarely see a sunset and moonrise cycle with a completely cloudless sky. That’s especially true in the mountains of Colorado. This is one of our location stops on the …

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Devil’s Water Painting

In Artistic Photography, Black and White, Further Lost, Lost In Nature by Kevin WenningLeave a Comment

Water painting in the swamps. Well that’s what it looked like to me anyway. I’ve been working through some old images, and applying creative editing when looking at them because frankly sometimes the image just wasn’t that interesting to begin with. Learning which photos are worth spending time on is a learning curve that I’m still working on. My post …

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A Monotone Day at the Coast

In Artistic Photography, Black and White, Lost In Nature by Kevin WenningLeave a Comment

A monotone photography day happens when black and white is your best option. That great light is just not happening so go monotone. Just do it. I used to be so committed to getting the great sunset shot when the sky goes off and there are deep colors all over the place. Yes, of course that’s awesome but I decided …