Virus changes everyone’s life. And who knew that I’ll be selling virus itself one day And it would go to New York! I may not agree with Thomas Eliot’s prediction as it may take much stronger menace than this to put an end to humanity but message surely resonates with the many people these days.
Thank you Neal for the rare opportunity to work with you on this.
One of my favorite spots along pacific highway is Cape Kiwanda. Long beaches and tall dunes attract visitors from all over Oregon. I have a vision for this spot and each time I visit this place I get a little closer but The Grand Landscape is still to come.
Nikon D850 24-70mm f/2.8. 1/200sec; f6.3; ISO 200; panorama of 5 shots
One of my favorite ones -“Distant Fire” features an unusual angle on Lake Moraine. It has that special oil painting feel to it that I just love.
The Indian name for Antelope Canyon is Tsé bighánílíní, which means ‘the place where water runs through rocks. Handful of sand tossed into a sun ray by our Navajo guide sparkled and twisted in the air creating mystical shapes. Finer sand dust lingered creating vague shifting shapes as if playing a strange charade with us trying to see some recognizable shapes in swirls of sparkling particles.
Recent 4 panel combo of Firebird 44″ tall 80″ wide going to Erin in Washington.
Latest addition to my trees series with yet another small but vibrant Japanese maple
Fall is here and aspens put on their golden makeup for the short while.
ISO 100, f7, 1/60s, panorama of 6 frames
Visiting famous lavender fields of French Provence was on my bucket list for years. The experience of standing between perfectly shaped rows of blossoming lavender is truly surreal. The smell, sound of buzzing bees and endless spans of the fields puts your mind in meditating state.
6 series of 5 focus stacked 45 megapixel shots assembled for maximum resolution. Full image is 240 Megapixels.
Last week we had a family trip to Vancouver Island and of course we couldn’t be there without visiting famous Butchard Gardens. One of the best botanic gardens in North America. This is how the 100 years old limestone quarry that was turned into a garden looks like after dark.
We were lucky to be greeted by amazing skies when we arrived in legendary Valensole lavender fields in early July. Oh boy, This is the best place to shoot lavender fields. Period.