Upon closer scrutiny of my photos from Calaveras, however, I did find a couple of photographs that succeeded in showing dogwood flowers in front of the Giant Sequoia.
I self-published a photography book based on my “Chloroplast” portfolio using BookWright.
This year I decided to celebrate the sunflower season with a digital art portraying the sequencial wilting of a sunflower. I combined several pictures into one using photoshop layers then I added a stone texture.
In this post I show a few examples of abstractions in monochrome, following up with the previous one, which was about abstractions in color.
A found Lotus leaves dancing in the wind at the William Land Park in Sacramento, and that was more fun than photographing the flowers in bloom.
In this post I talk about a trip I did to photograph wild horses in Mono Lake, California, in the beginning of June, 2021.
During a walk to see Sacramento’s murals, I became aware of the beautiful and meaningful work of Gale Filter, a local photographer who portais homeless people, sometimes including the city’s colorful murals.
I was proud that I was able to have a good time and photograph at Point Reyes despite a missing item for long exposure. Not so proud to find out, when I got home, that the item had been inside my backpack all along
Is there any issue in photography, not mentioned above, that you would be willing to argue about?
“When life gives you lemons, make lemonade” Popular saying. On Mother’s Day, May 8th, and on Mon, May 17th, I walked the South Grove Trail at the Calaveras Big Trees State Park with a composition on my mind: I wanted a shot of the blooming Pacific Dogwood, Cornus nuttallii, against the trunk of a Giant Sequoia, Sequoiadendron giganteum. If you areContinue reading “Pacific Dogwood Flowers at Big Trees”