many beaches around the Big Island of Hawaii consist largely of black lava rock, not surprising given that the islands exist because of volcanic activity.
One way to get a great look at the Sedona landscape is from the air by jumping onto a helicopter flight.
this was the classic fishing expedition where the location effectively becomes a stage and we wait for the actors to enter.
Striated rocks, varying colours, shapes, curving lines, the play of light, the photographic possibilities are endless.
the importance of including both foreground and background subject matter to add a sense of depth to a photograph.
the classic “on the road” photo. As much as I like the image, I can only agonize over the one that got away!
A visit to the 911 Museum and Memorial in New York City is inevitably one that evokes strong emotions and recollections.
Yellowstone provides both excellent landscape and wildlife photography opportunities including some encounters with coyotes.
the Guggenheim Museum, as notable for the Frank Lloyd Wright architecture with its fabulous sweeping geometric lines and curves as for its art collection.
A visit to San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge presents a problem for the photographer. How to capture something new or different!