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Available In My Galleries Here This was a pleasant surprise and a nice result from waiting to finish an image.  The shot dates to the summer of 2013, nearly two years ago.  I was stylistically in a major transition phase, in which I stopped processign most of my landscape and building photographs using HDR nad going […]

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  Finishing out this abbreviated week of images from last year’s nXnw trip to the parks around Moab, Utah, here is another of Dead Horse State Park, featuring a pretty clear and direct view of the Colorado River. Most of the views from the top of the point cannot see the water because the canyon […]

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This was supposed to go up yesterday, but I never finished.  Those are Fisher Towers in the front, backed by the white-peaked La Sal Mountains. Taken at the side of the road in the Colorado River Valley in Utah on the way to Moab. My big photo trip for the year is coming up in […]

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  There is a visual trick that your eyes can play on you, in which you look at a large distant object looming over a scene and make it look even larger and closer than it is. It is something I need to watch out for when shooting landscapes, because the resulting photo does not […]

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    I went deep into my unpublished archives from 2009 to find this one.*  It was taken from the Yonkers pier on the Hudson River, looking south towards New York City with the George Washington Bridge bisecting the view. * Yes. I know. Five years — really more like 4.5 — is not that […]

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