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Masonic Temple, Indianapolis

A while back I got to try out the Phase One 100 MP digital back on some locations around Indianapolis. One of those locations was the Masonic Lodge. This is a beautifully contracted building of stone on the outside and magnificent ornate wood construction on the inside. I was able to shoot all over the building. This image, though, was one of my favorites. It’s several images stitched together to cover the immense size of the auditorium. Exposure was tricky too but the Phase One camera’s dynamic range handled it well. Enjoy.

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Missing Fun In Antarctic

Well, it looks like it won’t be until 2022 until I can return to Antarctica again.  I found these two photos that I think sum up what a day in Antarctica is all about.  This is my wife Debra having the time of her life.

Dancing in Antarctica. Ocean Nova is in the background.

 

South Georgia Sky

 

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Lonely Fisherman

Lone Fisherman

This was made a while back.  I was with my friends Chris, Michael, and a few others on what we call a mancation.  It was in Newfoundland, Canada and we went out for a whale watching tour.  While we found a whale and did get some good images it was this image that I liked the best.  We went by a lone fisherman and it just lined up perfectly for the shot you see here.

Thank You.

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Remembering Tuscany

I miss traveling and by now I  must sound like a broken record.  A few years ago I  visited Tuscany while leading a workshop there with Art Wolfe.  Here are a select few images showing just how colorful Tuscany is.

 


 

 

 

 

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Valparaiso Doors – With Video

There is a city in Chile that is about a two-hour drive from Santiago called Valparaiso.  It’s a great name as there is a city here in Indiana named the some.  Valparaiso in Chile is a city built on a number of hills.  It’s. port city and until the Panama canal opened up years ago it was one of the busiest ports in South America.  It’s also known now as a city of graffiti.  Essentially the whole city is a street art gallery that graffiti artists have made a joy to walk through.  I have added some images here for you to enjoy.  I also have a video of my visit to Valparaiso that is fun to watch.  You can find the video The Streets Of Valparaiso HERE

 

 

 

 

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The Bottleworks hotel

For years there was an abandoned industrial complex where Coke used to have a bottling plant.  The architecture was gothic and the buildings had beautiful ceramic-like facades.  For a while, the city of Indianapolis used it as a bus depot.  Then it was bought by developers several years ago to turn it into a new city destination spot.  Mission accomplished as it is now opening up and attracting a lot of traffic.  These images focus on the hotel part of the project, Bottleworks Hotel.  Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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Arctic Fox

If you are a regular reader you know I love the polar regions of our planet.  THis image was made of an arctic fox in Svalbard which is just about as far north as you can go.  The image shows this fox in front of a bunch of feathers and bones.  These are remarkable creatures as they change coats from white to grey in the changing seasons.  They also have a very short lifespan.  They are fast and can usually be found with dens near the bird cliffs in Svalbard.

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Missing Antarctica

Antarctica 2014

Normally this time of year I would be headed south to run a workshop for photographers in Antarctica.  Unfortunately for obvious reasons of the pandemic, this is not happening.  I wanted to share a few images I was recently working on from previous trips.  I am working on doing a book of Antarctica images that may take a few months to finish.  These images may be in it.

I am planning an Antarctica trip for this November as well as next February.  If you are interested you can find information at Rock Hopper Workshops website.

Antarctica 2014
Antarctica 2014

Chin Strap Penguins jumping onto an iceberg

Penguin
Molting penguin grooming itself

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If you are interested in seeing more work by Kevin Raber and purchasing his work for your own, please visit RaberEYES.com

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Pebble Beach

A few years ago I was doing a week-long project documenting a well-known photographer, Charlie Cramer.  One of the places we visited while doing the photography segment was a location called Pebble Beach.  It was a beautiful location with sandstone that was sculptured from erosion.  The pockets would then fill with colorful pebbles.

Also, while at the location I was walking a path, and then on a beach below was a gorgeous woman running out of the surf naked.  You just never know what you will find when you are out shooting.