While visiting New York City with my wife and daughter last April, we made a stop by Ground Zero. I was mesmerized by the reflections of the blue sky and … Continue reading Looking Through New York City’s Freedom Tower… Almost!
A little depth of field can help highlight a subject in a photo. I had a little fun bunching a package of colored pencils together and attacking them from the … Continue reading Photo of colored pencils using depth of field
Earlier this month, there was a pretty heavy snow storm that blanketed the entire Salt Lake Valley. My drive for photography made me contemplate where I could go photograph a … Continue reading Oquirrh Mountain Temple Blanketed in White Snow
It may not be the Fourth of July. There may not be fireworks lighting up the night sky. And there may not be a hot dogs and root beer. But … Continue reading Honoring those from September 11
Last month, my late night photo session with the Milky Way while camping didn’t quite meet my desire for capturing the Milky Way. So I figured I would get a … Continue reading Photo of the Milky Way over the Bonneville Salt Flats
A few weeks back I took the opportunity to stop by Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City to capture some photos of the numerous flowers that cover the grounds. … Continue reading Where flowers bloom, so does hope
One of the many photo challenges I follow, and have been pretty good at contributing regularly, had the letter W for last week’s challenge. Even though my last post was … Continue reading Food coloring and water – who knew?
Last November, my son and I had the opportunity to travel to the Kennedy Space Center as part of the Astronaut Autograph & Memorabilia Show, organized by the Astronaut Scholarship … Continue reading Remembering Grissom, White, & Chaffee of Apollo 1