Yellowstone Grand Prismatic Spring

There are many iconic locations in Yellowstone, one of my favorite being Grand Prismatic Spring.  According to Wikipedia: The Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park is the largest hot spring in the United States, and the third largest in the world, after Frying Pan Lake in New Zealand and Boiling Lake in Dominica. It is […]

Window Shopping

Happy Easter!

Winter Enthusiasm

Winter, often gray if not blue figuratively, is in it’s prime.  While taking a walk through the park just after the new year, I saw this tree.  It has undoubtedly withstood many winters; some mild, some threatening.   Rarely do we have a sustainably threatening winter here in the deep south.  That said, we have […]

Posted in: Abstract, Flora, Landscapes, Plants by Mark 2 Comments

NYC Vignettes

 

Midtown Walkabout

Recently my son-in-law Evan (@evan5ps, evan5ps.tumblr.com/, evan5ps.com,  led a photo walk in Midtown Atlanta near 14th Street and Peachtree.  Great turnout – 40-50 people.  So I joined up for a short bit and lavished in an hour or so of capturing street images at dusk while Katie kept me company.  Enjoy!

Athens – Window Shopping and More

Shooting has been a rare commodity lately, but Saturday afternoon I spent a couple of hours walking around Athens, GA and the UGA campus in pursuit of a few photo opps.  Lighting was too harsh for broad scenics, but small vignettes were plentiful.  Getting the itch to shoot more.  

Posted in: Abstract, Architecture, Cityscapes by Mark 1 Comment

San Franciscans on the Go

Old Car City #3

Posted in: Abstract, Automobile, Decay by Mark 1 Comment

Old Car City #2

As a white candle in a holy place, so is the beauty of an aged face.  ~Joseph Campbell

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Old Car City Blues

One of the coolest places I’ve been in a long time!  Old Car City is in rural Georgia, but it is world renowned.  People come from around the globe to see it.  From their website (http://oldcarcityusa.com): Old Car City in White, Georgia contains the worlds largest known classic car junkyard. Visitors enjoy the beautiful vegetation […]

Posted in: Abstract, Automobile, Decay by Mark 4 Comments

On Deck

On a recent walkabout in a nearby garage, I tried my eye at capturing a variety of shadows and architectural lines.  I am also continuing to work on a style that has a “realistic” film-like feel in terms of tones and tonal transitions.

Posted in: Abstract, Cityscapes, Light by Mark 1 Comment

Rooster

Project 365 – Day 107 Kathy adores roosters.  Our kitchen is full of rooster fixtures.  So on this Friday, with the week finally winding down, I decided to photograph one of our metal roosters and turn it into something we can hang on the wall and add to the collection. Fuji X-T1, 56mm f/1.2, 1/125 […]

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