09-18-13 Scaling Down

Since I talked about the immense scale of Alaska yesterday, I thought it would be proper to show the smaller side of nature. In the context of looking at mountains, forests and glaciers, it’s easy to miss things that are under foot some times. Of course, this is the power that we have as photographers….

02-08-13 Forest Primeval (Reprise)

TS Eliot was wrong. Februrary, not April, is “the cruelest month.” At least for me. Yes, the days are getting longer. Yes, the temperature ocassionally soars into the high 20s. But it is often in the heart of February that what I think is SAAD (seasonal affective disorder) hits me. And I lose my will…

11-04-12 Deep Woods

Here’s one I took a few years ago and which I found yesterday in a quest to find a photo to “operate” on. By operate I mean “to rescue from relative mediocrity by using cool software.” (Try finding that alternate definition in your dictionary!) The software is onOne’s new Perfect Photo Suite 7 and the…

The Forest Primeval

This was taken early in the morning on the day we left beautiful Lake Bohinj in Slovenia. It was damp and quiet when I stepped out of the car to take this photo and the only sounds were or a few birds who were already up and working. And the drip of night rain from…