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Devil’s Water Painting

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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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Northern Colorado Landscape Dotted by Oil Derricks

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An oil derrick is a common sight in the fields of Northern Colorado. I thought I’d give these nodding donkeys an apocalyptic feel just for fun. I don’t know how long I’ll live here so I’m capturing interesting scenes while I can. I know my photo publishing is all over the place. I’m working on organizing my library to pull …

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Swamps of Magnolia Plantation

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The Swamps of Magnolia Plantation were a lot more interesting than the gardens. Maybe that’s because I’m not from here so it was a unique scene for me? Come on, I can see a garden just about anywhere in the world, and thousands of people photograph flowers. Spanish Moss on the trees, bamboo stands blocking out the sun, a charming …

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A Monotone Day at the Coast

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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 …