Fishermen at Beavertail Lighthouse, Rhode Island 2013

Posted 03.04.14 in New Photos Blog Published Work

Title: "Fisherman at Beavertail Lighthouse"
Category: Landscape
Published: Graphis Photography Annual 2014

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Sunrise Over the Golden Isle 2013

Posted 03.04.14 in New Photos Blog Published Work

Title: "Sunrise Over the Golden Isle"
Category: Landscape
Published: Graphis Photography Annual 2014
Awarded: Merit

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Angel Oak, Charleston 2013

Posted 03.01.14 in New Photos Blog Published Work

Published: Graphis Photography Annual 2014

The Angel Oak is a Live Oak Tree that is the oldest thing east of the Rockies aged approximately 1,500 years. Towering over 65 feet high, the Angel Oak has shaded John's Island, South Carolina, for over 1400 years, and would have sprouted 1000 years before Columbus' arrival in the New World. Recorded history traces the ownership of the live oak and surrounding land, back to the year 1717 when Abraham Waight received it as part of a small land grant. The tree stayed in the Waight family for four generations, and was part of a Marriage Settlement to Justus Angel and Martha Waight Tucker Angel.  Today the live oak has a diameter of spread reaching 160 feet, a circumference of nearly 25 feet, and covers 17,100 square feet of ground

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Waves

Posted 02.13.14 in New Photos Blog

Some days,
I feel everything at once.
Other days,
I feel nothing at all.

I don't know what's worse:
Drowning beneath the waves
Or dying from the thirst.

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Tumbleweed

Posted 02.13.14 in New Photos Blog

Light reflects down this passage creating different shades of colors as a tumbleweed finds it's final resting place in the bed of a slot canyon.

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The Eye

Posted 02.13.14 in New Photos Blog

“There is a crack in everything.
That's how the light gets in.”

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Sliding Sands

Posted 02.13.14 in New Photos Blog

The clock is ticking, the hours are going by. The past increases, the future recedes.

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Sands of Light

Posted 02.13.14 in New Photos Blog

These winding walls were carved by fast flowing flash flood waters. The floods carried abrasive sand, rocks, logs and other debris picked up by the sudden storms. Over millennia, floods sculpted natural corridors through the soft sandstone of this slot canyon. Reflecting light bouncing off the sandstone creates these natural colors from blues and purples to yellows and reds.

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Red Dunes

Posted 02.13.14 in New Photos Blog

These coral pink sand dunes have turned blondish red after the last direct sunlight hits them. The Dunes are formed from the erosion of pink colored Navajo Sandstone surrounding the park. High winds passing through the notch between the Mouth and Moccasin Mountains pick up loose sand particles and then drop them onto the dunes. dunes are estimated to be between 10,000 and 15,000 years old.

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Moon Light Over White Pocket

Posted 02.13.14 in New Photos Blog

During a full moon I photographed this remote area called White Pocket. White Pocket is in the Vermillion Cliffs NM along the Utah Arizona boarding. White Pocket is a wild looking rock formation that is not easily explained. Some geologist proclaim that White Pocket is a result of “soft sediment deformation”, meaning the contortions and twisting and turning at White Pocket occurred back in Jurassic time while the sand was saturated and before the sand was completely turned into rock.

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