A late afternoon photo of Lake Lanier in Georgia.
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Just made a Face Book photography page stop by check it out FaceBook Page Here's a shot of Proxy Falls, Oregon. Ive named this shot " Water Goddess" If you look closely you might make out a face in the rock with the water being her hair. I might be crazy but thought it was kinda cool for title. Take care everyone and thanks again for your support!
Barkentine Antigua in front of Emma Glacier (Emmabreen) in Liefdefjorden, Svalbard. September 2013. ---- Очередная фото-экспедиция на Шпицберген состоится в Июле 2014. Подробнее: www.worldphototravels.com --- Some seats are available on our July 2014 Svalbard Expedition http://www.worldphototravels.com/
I'm getting into BW these days and I love it. Here's a shot I recently took which won a few awards, I'm very happy with the outcome of this shoot, many more shots to come. Natural light only. Make sure to visit my FB page if you want to see more portraits like this that used natral light only. FACEBOOK I can be contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Plain-crested Elaenia is a resident of open savanna and scrubby thickets from Venezuela south to central Brazil; there also are isolated populations in Colombia, Peru and Bolivia. A small drab elaenia, the Plain-crested Elaenia has olive-brown upperparts, two white wing bars, and a pale yellow belly and undertail coverts. The crown feathers of the Plain-crested Elaenia are greatly elongated and form a conspicuous crest, although the crest lacks the white coronal patch of other species of elaenia. Plain-crested Elaenias often perch, with upright posture, in the crowns of shrubs and trees. Plain-crested Elaenias primarily forage on insects and berries by perch-gleaning or by flutter-gleaning. [Source: http://neotropical.birds.cornell.edu/portal/species/overview?p_p_spp=427401].
This time I went to the beach with one thing in mind that I was going to make a vertical panorama photo. This is the first time I do something like this after seeing some of famous photographer's vertical panel. When I looked out my window and saw this amazing sky, I know this is the chance to do the vertical panel. So I drove to my favorite beach "The Huntington Beach Pier" to do the job. This was done with 4 shots! I don't know if I can print out this one and laminate it to fill my bedroom door or not! That would be cool if I can! I'm thinking to open an account with Fine Art American to sell my work. This may be my first photo for sell! :) Thanks for looking and supporting my work! Have a great day everyone! Again, you're invited to like my Facebook Page if you like to see more of my works.