This is a real fixer upper found in the desert outside of Death Valley NP. So much fun to explore and find places like this.
The Masons have a very mysterious reputation with stories and legends to amaze all of us. The Masonic Temple in Indianapolis is just one of those mysterious place. the building is grand and the main hall is grand. But, there is a whole huge building across the parking lot with only one door in and no windows. I really want to go in there and see what it is, but you need to be some special member for that. The legend continues. This was 5 Phase One P65+ images stitched together.
This is an image shot a National Park that doesn’t get much attention except for the number of illegals that travel across it. Big Bend National Park in Texas is one of those hard to get to and not so well know parks. Plenty of stuff there to shoot though. This was done during lazy and hazy sunset. Was kind of cool to see all the layers that presented themselves.
I don’t know what else to call it. I came away from Antelope Canyon as I always do with some extremely nice images and all were done on an 80 megapixel camera so detail is astounding. I wanted something different so how about sand falling off the rock face walls making its own sand (water)fall. Hope you enjoy this. The detail is amazing.
Really I am in Copenhagen but this image is from Australia. I have had the pleasure to travel to the outback of Australia and through the assistance of Ken Duncan, well know Australian photographer got to visit an aborigine community. I was fortunate enough to do a number of portraits and this is one of them. Their face tell so many stories. Their eyes are so black. Just very interesting people and most gracious. If you get the chance to visit the outback it is an amazing place.
As I said in my last entry I was headed to Copenhagen. Well, I am in Copenhagen and I have been pretty slammed with meetings and such. A lot to cram into a week at Phase One. So, postings have been nonexistent but I will catch up. So, other than a mermaid sitting on a rock what other iconic places are there in Copenhagen? Tivoli of course.
Last night had the chance to visit a basement bar in Broadripple, a trendy area of Indianapolis. There was this band made up of a bunch of old guys. (Yes, I am an old guy too). and, they were just having the time of their lives playing music as if they have been doing it together for 50 years. I had a great time shooting the evening and thought I would post a more artsy shot of picking on the guitar. Just a damn cool night all round.
Every now and then I like to switch things up a bit. I visited the Tulip Festival as I try to do every year in Holland , Michigan. This year it was not so great, cold, rainy and most of the tulips had already lost their leaves due to an early spring with warm weather. None the less I found this guy in a flower box in town. Color and rain drops as well as the flowers behind make it work. Good way to start the day.
One very touristy place in Iceland is the Geyser. I ma not much for these kind of places, but none the less myself and friends visited this location. It erupts every few minutes and everyone enjoys it. This is the bubble a fraction of a second before it turns into a Geyser. Thought it was different and thus it has made the blog today.