Posts Tagged ‘Trees’

Spring in New York City

Daffodil Walk

  Spring is one of the most enjoyable seasons in New York City, breathing new life into the Big Apple and presenting the photographer with a multitude of options for capturing this annual revival. The flowering cherry trees seen on nearly every street provide a much-needed visual oasis from the tiresome and repetitive brick and […]





Mother Bear and Cubs, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee

"Hanging On," Nikon D800 handheld, NIKKOR 70-200 f/2.8, 1/100 sec at f/5, ISO 800

In the great spirit of Mother’s Day, I’m sharing some images of a mother black bear with her three cubs captured this spring in the Smokies. Mama was busy protecting them in a truly menacing fashion just like a loving mother should while teaching the kids how to climb trees. Across all cultures, borders (and […]





Jordan Pond, Acadia National Park

"Starstruck"

Photography of the night sky has recently become a focus of many┬ádedicated┬álandscape photographers as it taps into man’s natural fascination with all things celestial by revealing incredible details in the heavens above, both seen and unseen. On my recent trip to Maine’s Acadia National Park, a beautiful clear autumn night with the Milky Way visible […]





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