Hidden Fall

Sometimes I end up with different versions of a photo that I can’t choose between for which I think is best. This is a perfect example of one of those. I typically like photos that are landscape (horizontal) versus portrait (vertical). However, I feel there are strengths and weaknesses for each of these. Since I […]

Hanging On

I’ve always liked shooting exposed roots, especially when they are clinging to rock. This was along the cliff edge of Presque Isle on Lake Superior… to my eye it looks like the tree has been sliding toward the water as the cliff erodes, but the roots are growing back to try to hang on. Who […]

Winter Waving

What looks colder than water splashing around ice and snow? Lake Superior can be a frigid thing. I’ve always been drawn to the opposite of the “spaghetti” style of shooting water (used often on waterfalls)… opposite in that by using a faster shutter speed, the water gets broken into particles and creates all kinds of […]