Ice cave in Hokkaido japan

Skied/snowshoed into this cave in Date, Hokkaido, Japan. It was full of lots of upside down icicles that resembled the Hattefatterners from Moomin. Have been playing with black and white lately, i like it but know nothing about black and white photography so just did what i thought looked ok.

Bridal Veils Falls, near Vancouver, Canada

Hello there! This is my first post so I thought I would share one of my many waterfall photos. I took this a few weeks ago before the snow started coming down here, and have been a pretty passionate waterfall photographer for a couple of years now. It's not often I get up early, so this morning shot was a rare exception as I had to drop my...

Critique of "Sunset Capture"

This is a shot I took last weekend, intent on capturing the colors of a falling sun on the layer of crusty foreground snow.
While I was going through a sequence of stacked shots I noticed a person about to walk in the frame and quickly refocused to capture. I was lucky enough to capture the person mid-stride and it turned out to be a...

Silent hill

Photo were taken in the Municipality of Binangonan, a first class municipality in the province of Rizal, Philippines. A thriving fish port and fishing industry is found in Binangonan, having a long coast line facing the Laguna de Bay, including the western part of Talim Island. The plant of Rizal Cement and Grandspan are in Binangonan as well....

Remember the fallen

The Manila American Cemetery and Memorial is located in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, Metro Manila, within the boundaries of the former Fort William McKinley. It can be reached most easily from the city via Epifano de los Santos Ave. (EDSA) to McKinley Road, then to McKinley Parkway inside the Bonifacio Global City. The Nichols Field Road is the...

Super Snow Moon in the Jaguey Hills

At the end of a long day watching bisons in the Jaguey de Ferniz canyon, we decided to call it a day. While driving away we looked back to look at the sunset painting the hills in a soft pink color and there it was...The moon looking huge and extremely bright, it was only after we investigated further we found out it was called a super snow...

Lightning over the First Baptist Church of Ocala

The title is a little misleading as the lightning in this shot isn't over the church. It isn't even in Ocala. The storm seen here was twenty miles away over Dunnellon, but the sky between this church and the storm was crystal clear and from this angle and with this lens, I was able to get both in the same exposure.

I was driving out for...

You don't need epic locations, just interesting ideas.

Greetings fellow users of the internet.

So, over the New Year's holidays, I went to my wife's hometown, as usual. Talk to just about anyone from my wife's hometown and they will tell you "there's nothing worth photographing here". Until this year, I've more or less believed people when they said that, and I only took my camera when...

Thoughts on These

These are both a new edit on some older photos. I was trying my hand at a new editing technique. Trying to go for that "soft glowy contrasty" look. Would love to get some feedback on these. Thanks.

Oot N Aboot again...

Hey folks, couple of new vids now up from the last 2 weekends - hope you enjoy. Hope you like trees too... you shouldn't really expect anything else from me!


Im looking fo some feedback on these images

What did i do right?

Whats can i improve?


Willy's Rock

When we hear of Aklan Province, the first thing that comes to mind is Boracay Beach, a well-known attraction, and a visit to the beach is not complete if you miss seeing the Blessed Virgin Mary's grotto and take a picture of the beautiful image on top of the Boracay Rock in Station 1.

In 2010, the image of the Blessed Virgin Mary was...

Fog at sunrise, near Micanopy

This was one of those times when you're driving past a scene at the right time and pull over just to get a few photos. I got a few more in a stretch of a few hundred meters, but this one is my favorite of the morning.

A lovely lady!

I'm not real good at going out when it's really cold. A week ago, we had a -58C wind chill. A few days ago, the 'high' was projected to be -18C with bright Sun and very little wind. So I ventured out to Ft. Whyte here in Winnipeg and got to my favorite spot. It took quite a while, but this lovely lady showed up with a fawn. I got several shots...