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The song says, “so many things I could have done, but clouds got in the way”. That’s not how a photographer should view should view clouds. They can be a great asset in a landscape photo. The images today are just … Continue reading
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I haven’t much to say (or share) today on the subject of photography, so I thought we would take a simple journey through the three basic forms of nature photography, landscapes, wildlife and close-up (macro). One of the most ignored … Continue reading
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Today’s post is in keeping with several that live here on Earth Images. It is meant for posterity’s sake. Each one is singular in its subject matter, whether that subject be a species of animal, a type of photography (abstract, … Continue reading
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I love images that are simple and elegant but every once in a while we must have some drama. Dramatic effect has been a part of photography since its inception. In the 20th Century photographers like Ansel Adams and Galen Rowell never missed … Continue reading
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We have six fine images today from guest photographers. I find each and every one of them beautiful and inspiring. The pictures range from the abstract to the straight forward. Which are art, and which are not, is of course up … Continue reading
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From the mid 1980s until a few years ago, at this time of year, I would likely be on my annual trip to the southwest. A chance to get away from the cold and snow, and tour (and photograph) America’s … Continue reading
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The answer to today’s title question is……I think not. We have six very special and anything but ordinary images today. Daniel Schwabe created this ‘anything but ordinary” black & white of the Torres del Paine in Patagonia. Beautiful natural light … Continue reading