Photography Gallery

Please choose the Genre of Photography that you would like to view, Click on its photo and enjoy.

 Carson National Forest Vista
Landscape Photography

Landscape photography is my favorite type of photography to take as it requires that I spend more time in nature looking at different areas, multiple angles, numerous camera settings, waiting for light, and all sorts of different things that will affect the outcome. It involves the emersion into the expansive vistas, delicate scenery and unusual sites that creates the emotion and character of the image.

 

Plant Photography
Plant Photography

Plant or Flora photography is, at times, some of the most difficult subjects to get right because it involves a tremendous amount of creative vision and attention to the very small details of each image. It is easy to get the beauty but presenting the sought after passion or desired reaction to the subject is what sometimes causes the most difficulty. But the relaxation this subject creates is really enjoyable.

 

Leon River / Lake Belton Hwy 36
Structural Photography

Structural photography is the basis for some of my earliest photographic memories, as my Father worked on Steel Railroad Bridges of the AT&SF. He had a small but memorable collection of snapshots taken of the bridges that he had worked on. These photos imbedded a curious nature within me to understand and record the beauty and strength of each configuration.

 

Aphorism Photography
Aphorism Photography

Aphorism photography (a name I created) is a fun and creative subject; it requires a photograph, when joined with a personal observation, will proffer a wished-for understanding of some part of life’s education. My grandfather created the love of aphorisms in my life through his poetry. I seek to pass on my learning’s of life lessons through this type of photography.

 

Wildlife Photography
Wildlife Photography

Wildlife photography is a fun and exciting genre of photography. It takes tremendous patience, lots of time studying the intended subject’s habits, in-depth research into the species, and then the anticipation of getting the one good shot and the frustration of the many just missed shots. Learning about each creature, be it big or small, is (or should be) required to identify, locate, and record.

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