Tag Archives: landscape

Water & Light

Photography is all about light and what our world does to it. Water has an especially dramatic effect on light. Here, a bubble, formed by some behavior of physics that I cannot remember right now. This photo was probably post processed with Photomatix Pro, HDR’ing it for color and texture.

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Camera: No camera information • ISO 100 • 210mm • -167 ev • f/7.1 • 1/160

In Loving Memory Of..

St. John in-the-Wilderness in Flat Rock, North Carolina was the first Episcopal Church in Western North Carolina. It was consecrated on August 28, 1836. Charles and Susan Baring, who considered Charleston, South Carolina too hot in the summer, were among the first settlers of Flat Rock in the 1820s. Other people moved from Charleston to Flat Rock, which Bishop Ives called a “new but interesting settlement” in 1837.

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Camera: Nikon D7100 • ISO 3200 • 38mm • -0.67 ev • f/22 • 1/60

Autumn 2014

We took the back roads up to Boone, North Carolina. It was my parents and me. At this pit stop, I took a bit of a walk, perhaps further than I should have left them alone. But just far enough to find this bridge and this magical scene.

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Camera: Nikon D7100 • ISO 400 • 24mm • -2 ev • f/4.5 • 1/500