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Saturday, June 20, 2009

A wet spring but a good one for photography


So far for photography this spring has treated me pretty good. Yes the endless rainy days are testing my mental state but I'm thinking I'll be ok. At least this is what I tell myself everyday. Anyway I'm pretty happy with a lot of the stuff I was able to shoot so far this year. I'm getting some nice stuff that will make it into my gallery this summer as well as my next big show in the fall. Some cool stuff I have coming up is the trip to St. John Island in the Caribbean that Sue and I have planned for next week. We have rented at tree tent for the week at Maho Bay Eco Campground. I can't wait to sleep in the trees and listen to the ocean that will be less than 100 feet from our dwelling that we will call home for the week. I hope to post a couple of blogs as well as some of the daily photos I'll shoot while away. The other journey I have planned for the summer is my photography trip out to the Southwest in August. I've already booked my 3 night stay at the North Rim campground at the Grand Canyon. As this trip comes together I'll be posting all of the details as well as daily blogs and photos from each place I visit. Until my next blog post from St. John I hope everyone has a great weekend! The photos in this blog are some of the stuff I've shot so far this spring. I hope you enjoy the photographs. Please note, anyone looking to order prints from my website please be patient as I work out the final details on setting up my new online gallery. Once again thank you everyone for your continued support and belief in my work.









3 comments:

Tina Powell said...

INSANE pics - jaw dropping stuff! Hope you and Sue have a great trip next week, looking forward to seeing what you're seeing...

lasvegasundressed said...

"Endless rainy days" gets me to thinking about Seattle; a place that I do miss. Being in Vegas, the idea of just standing in the rain and getting wet feels good. Sounds a little erotic:)
Peaceful and powerful photos they draw you in!

outdoormike said...

Thank you everyone for your kind words :)