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Flowers, Chele La Pass, Bhutan

I see flowers, and I make a picture – I don’t know how to describe it, but every flower I see needs to be photographed. Sometimes it’s not possible for one reason or another, but even when I’m just walking … Continue reading

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Orange & Blue Sunrise, Serengeti

I looked through my viewfinder and depressed my shutter button halfway, and the image didn’t focus. I could have stopped and turned the autofocus back on (I’d been shooting stars the night before, and autofocus really hates to do that), … Continue reading

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Buffalo Landscape, Serengeti, Tanzania

I never thought I’d be shooting landscapes with my 500mm reflector lens, but with Serengeti National Park’s huge, open expanses, it seemed a great way to isolate tiny details. To add to the fun, the lens produces very low contrast, … Continue reading

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Impressionist Sunrise, Serengeti, Tanzania

I got back from a safari in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania about a week. I’ve spent that time whittling down my photos from 5100 files to about 250. This was one of those that when I shot it, my first … Continue reading

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Flowers, Studio, Athens, Greece

Amongst the many great things about living in Greece is that it's the end of November, and I can still get a wide range of fresh flowers at the laiki (folk or street market) for 2-3 euros/bunch. Because I'm a … Continue reading

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