Winter is back in my corner of the world. I woke up to see snow flurries, blanketing the neighborhood in a soft, small layer of white flakes. These days, when it snows, it tickles me with a bit of nostalgia and I welcome how it quiets things down. But is
A couple weeks ago, during a gloriously, warm October day I ventured out to get some pictures of the last fall flowers. For Columbus, Ohio locals, Inniswood Park is always my “go-to” flower park when I’m gettin’ the feelin’ for nature shots. That day, I got some other friends within
The day after Christmas, Central Ohio woke up with amazing and unusual weather that I call: “Frog” (technically I think it’s called Hoar Frost, but Frog sounds cuter to me). It was like Mother Nature gave all photographers her holiday gift one day late. All photographs shot on Canon Rebel
So it’s obvious to see that after my last post about the Badlands in September, my website was really neglected for the rest of the year. And that’s probably because of several things: School Cross Country Season Birthday celebrations Burn out The annual time of the year that I start
Over the summer this year, I experienced the most unique and breathtaking landscape I had ever witnessed: the Badlands of South Dakota. It would not be an exaggeration to say that when we first got out of the car to explore the landscape, I started to cry. The vastness, the
Raindrops and flower buds. This is Earth giving us another chance. Shot on Canon xsi rebel 55-250mm, 4/2018
I had no idea that last June, when I took a serendipitous drive to a park to take some shots of the sunset, that it would change the course of my work this year. On a whim I submitted this photograph to a juried exhibition late last year and this
Looking through the SD card again more photographs were worthy of another post. Because the horses were just so darn pretty. All photographs shot with a Canon Rebel XSI with a 55-250mm lens.