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Route 128, Utah

Route 128 Utah


That flare is from thw windshield, not the camera. This was taken from the front passenger seat of Rick Louie’s van and that’s Justin Balog’s truck up ahead. This is the drive along Route 128 in Utah after we left Cisco and before we reached the Fisher Towers vantage point on the way to Moab.

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As I promised here, this is what row upon row of bourbon whiskey barrels look like in the Kings County Distillery. What more do you need from me, really?

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  • Len SaltielFebruary 19, 2014 - 3:01 pm

    Nice image Mark. Are you bringing those to Maine? If so, we need a truck.ReplyCancel

  • Spencer McDonaldFebruary 22, 2014 - 9:23 pm

    Love all those whiskey barrels. Great symmetry and composition. ReplyCancel

    • MarkFebruary 23, 2014 - 10:54 pm

      Thanks you Spencer.ReplyCancel

  • […] Whiskey! – lines, shapes, textures, details and whiskey.  What more could you possibly ask for?  This great shot posted on Mark Garbowski’s blog features row after row of wooden cask just full of the delicious amber liquid within. […]ReplyCancel

It’s Not Hard Not Far To Reach

Rockaway Beach Winter Sunrise

NOTE: I don’t often say this but if you’re inclined, click on the photo to see the original and on the page that opens, click the icon showing different sizes on the bottom right to reveal the original. This is a JPG straight out of the Fuji X-E1 with no editing. What an amazing camera.

Chewin’ at a rhythm on my bubble gum
The sun is out, an’ I want some
It’s not hard, not far to reach
We can hitch a ride to Rockaway Beach

I don’t think the Ramones ever dreamed of going to Rock – Rock – Rockaway Beach in 18˚weather. Neither did I, but a friend wanted some pictures of the neighborhood for a project. Yesterday was a day off, with beautiful weather except for the cold. I figured if I was going out to stand on the beach I could be cold at 25˚ in midday sun or be a bit colder at 18˚for the sunrise and good light.  I bundled up but I didn’t account for how cold my feet would get standing on snow on the beach. I lasted about 25 minutes from the time of my first image to my last, grabbing a couple of photos that maybe my friend could use and also some pretty shots like this.


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Drums Along The Hudson

Hudson River Fall


It’s morning, which means I have to go outside and shovel. Happy Valentine’s Day. The highlights in the album below are Track 1, 2 and 14. It’s being re-released on Tuesday, and the MP3 is available now

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  • Mike CriswellFebruary 15, 2014 - 8:25 am

    Shovel, what’s that LOL, this is a nice warming scene on a snowy morningReplyCancel

Speeding Towards Empire

Speeding Towards Empire


Two things I plan to do more this year are night time photography and long exposure. I’ve never done much long exposure but I did a fair amount of night photography at one point before I moved away from it.

Borden Avenue in Queens

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