Posts Tagged ‘nikon’

Stud Horse Point, near Page, Arizona

Foreign Planet

Alien shapes of the prehistoric pedestal rocks, seemingly defying laws of gravity by balancing their enormous tops at acute angles, give Stud Horse Point an otherworldly feel. Located near Page, Arizona close to the Utah state line, this group of half dozen stunning hoodoos is positioned within a depression overlooking the valley and Lake Powell […]





Ancient Glow, Antelope Canyon, Arizona

"Ancient Glow"

As morning light brings incredible lines, colors and textures of Antelope Canyon to life, it simultaneously highlights the deeply contrasting, unpredictable transience of the human existence. Our lives represent little more but grains of sand on its ancient floor, carved out of Navajo sandstone by wind and water over millions of years. Consequently, we must […]





Manhattanhenge, New York City

Manhattanhenge

What makes this beautiful sunset light percolating through the New York City grid and illuminating the urban canyons extraordinarily special is that during Manhattanhenge, the setting sun aligns exactly between the bustling streets. Due to seasonal variations in position of the sun, it rises precisely due east and sets due west only twice a year. The […]





False Kiva, Canyonlands National Park, Utah

The False Kiva

It is not every day one gets a chance to feel like a modern day Indiana Jones attempting to locate a relatively unknown and hidden archaeological site! There are few places in North America as deeply shrouded in mythicism and spirituality as the False Kiva. Located in the Island in the Sky district of the […]





Framed, New York City

"Framed"

In another addition to my new “Streets and Strangers” set, this is a scene that immediately hit my eye. In a composition that requires little explanation, I saw a man waiting for someone by a blue-lit Citibank panel, which just happened to be framed perfectly by the panel of revolving doors right before me. All I […]





Grand Central Terminal, New York City

Watch the PM Rush

This kicks off an exciting new chapter in my photography, where I will begin exploring street scenes and bringing you fresh slices of the daily New York grind. There was no better way to begin this endeavor than by capturing New York City’s iconic Grand Central Terminal using my fantastic Nikkor 35 mm f/1.4G, wide […]





Otter Cliff, Acadia National Park, Maine

Acadia National Park, Maine

Rising 110 feet above the sea, the magnificent Otter Cliff towers above the southwestern shore of Acadia National Park and Mount Desert Island, making it one of the highest Atlantic coastal headlands north of Rio de Janeiro. The rugged shoreline is built to withstand the powerful crashing waves and blowing winds bringing fog onto the […]





Warmth on a Snowy Day, Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York

"Warmth on a Snowy Day"

After a day of shoveling snow yesterday, I had suspicions that the sunset would be great. I headed to Coney Island Beach, just 10 minutes from my home. As I traversed a good foot of snow on the beach to get to the shore, the colors blew up. Amidst all the snow and cold, I […]





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