All posts filed under: Seascapes

Specular / Diffuse

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Abstract / California / ICM / Impressionism / Inspiration / Photo Log / Photography / Seascapes

August 16, 2020 — Sonoma County Coast, California A blindingly bright afternoon. Calm day — but each wavelet was its own mirror, each adding to the millions of tiny suns out on the water. ICM — Intentional Camera Motion — does wonderful things with time and space as they combine in the camera in myriad mystical modes. Then in the computer, more magic happens. (Nikon D850, Nikon 24-120mm f/4G VR. RAW processing and initial editing in […]

Pal in Drome

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Abstract / Horizon / ICM / Impressionism / Photo Log / Photography / Seascapes

August 17, 2020 — Sonoma County Coast, California There was a guy in England, an RAF officer, he was. A cracking good pilot. He lived at the RAF Aerodrome, which he and all his mates called the ’Drome. He was an affable guy; extremely well thought of. Popular. He had an easy way about him. He also had a unique talent. He was completely ambidextrous. No matter what he did, he could do equally well […]

Juried In

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Exhibits / Inspiration / Photo Log / Photography / Seascapes

August 20, 2020 — PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, Vermont A couple of months ago I submitted some photographs to three juried exhibits in different parts of the county. I’m happy to say one of my pictures was selected to be part of the Landscape exhibit at the PhotoPlace Gallery in Middlebury, Vermont. One selection out of three tries on the first time out ain’t bad, I’m thinking. The juror was Ann Jastrab, who is the Executive […]

…in the air. Not Deep Purple.

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Abstract / California / ICM / Impressionism / Landscapes / Photo Log / Photography / Seascapes

August 18, 2020 — Sonoma County Coast, California This time looking south. Camera was moved, intentionally. Again. A very different evening. There had been lightning a couple nights previous. (Nikon D850, Nikon 24-120mm f/4G VR. RAW processing and initial editing in DxO PhotoLab 3.3; Final editing in Adobe Photoshop.)

Roll With It

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Note: If you are seeing this in an email, please click on the blog title in the body of the email. Your web browser will take you to the actual blog where pictures always look much better. December 6, 2013. Sonoma County, California. This shot had been and also-ran from a shoot that has produced a couple of other pictures that I’ve posted here. It just seemed that it was too much like another one […]

Moonlight Mile

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Note: If you are seeing this in an email, please click on the blog title in the body of the email. Your web browser will take you to the actual blog where the picture will look much better. July 10, 2010. San Gregorio Bluffs, San Mateo County, California — and last night in my office. This is an impossibly small crop of a much larger frame — a starting point for an imaginary stroll on […]

There’s a There There

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California / Impressionism / Inspiration / Photo Log / Photography / Seascapes

If you subscribe by email, please click on the blog title after you open the email. You’ll be taken to the actual blog, where the photo reproduction is much better than in the email. It’s always better to do this. July 25, 2020 — San Gregorio Bluffs, San Mateo County, California. Gertrude said, “There’s no there there.” Sometimes the less “there” there is, the more “there there” there is. There, I’ve said it. Gertrude was […]

Light Path

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California / Impressionism / Inspiration / Photo Log / Photography / Seascapes

Note to email subscribers: To get a far better look at the picture, click on the title of the blog and you’ll be taken to the actual blog website. It’s always a much more satisfying view. July 13, 2018. San Gregorio Bluffs, San Mateo County, California. The bluffs over San Gregorio Beach are a favorite spot for me. They provide a high enough vantage point for me to see far out to sea with an […]