Tag Archives: landscape photography

Sepia Sunset

Sometimes when reviewing your images from a shoot you get one (or a few, it happens) that you look at and go “ugh” and it gets the X mark for deletion.  Time has taught me that not every image is … Continue reading

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We were on a flying road trip

Did that make any sense to you? Maybe, maybe not but that is what we were up to.  We flew from Ohio to Las Vegas, picked up a car there and headed north on I-15 through Nevada, a bit of … Continue reading

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I’ve been and done…

In three different time zones, in the cold and in the warmth, nearly knocked over by high winds, at an elevation of 9600 feet with snow around me and caught in the rain high on a mountain.  I was photographing … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – Shall we go for a hike?

Teri  📷

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Isle of Skye – Kilt Rock and Mealt Falls

On our grand road trip through the Isle of Skye, Scotland, we had planned to visit another falls on the island but the car park for it was closed for repairs so on we drove.  From there we decided to … Continue reading

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Great view vs. Not so great view

(For the next couple of weeks I will be taking us back to travels and events from prior years.  I’ve already had one backup drive partially fail on me so it’s time to carefully tuck away the old to make … Continue reading

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Marshall Point Lighthouse – Port Clyde, Maine

This was one of those side trips which involved getting off the main Maine highway and disappearing into the forest; driving through smaller cities and towns until we arrived literally at the end of the road – here.  

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