All posts filed under: Landscape

More Tulip Photos

I went to Brookside Gardens for more tulip photos yesterday. I got there after 10:00 am and sun was very bright. All I could do was trying to take some images with translucent affects to the flowers.

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Bluebells at Bull Run Park, Virginia

Bull Run Regional Park near Centerville, Virginia is known for spectacular viewing of bluebells during the peak blooming time in April every year. We went there today and took the Bluebell Trail and also trail along the river where the bluebells were especially spectacular. Bluebells […]

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Morning Mist at the Lake

We are at Stonewall Resort, Roanoke, West Virginia joining our son’s family for a 4-day mini-vacation. I was surprised to see the morning mist (fog) in the lake from our lake side cabin yesterday. As I was ready to take pictures a row boat showed […]

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Dramatic Sunset Sky

I took this picture with sun in my back during sunset two days ago in our community. The massive dark cloud and the bright houses shining by the soft sunset light really created dramatic contrast.

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Snow Geese at Middle Creek, March 2021

We visited Middle Creek to see and photograph snow geese earlier this week. Middle Creek is the stopping ground for many snow geese in the Eastern Shores area and farther South before they heading north to the Canadian Arctic’s, their breeding ground. The official estimated […]

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Panoramic Images II

I went through some of my old photo files and found a few more panoramic images to share with you here: Lisbon, Portugal: Toledo, Spain: Medina of Fes, Morocco: Taipei at Night: NYC Skyline at Night: Moonrise at Washington, DC: Great Smoky Mountains: Grand Teton: […]

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Panoramic Images

I love panoramic landscape photographs because somehow they give me different perspective of the landscape. Most of my panoramic images were produced by taking 2-3 but sometimes up to five or six shots and were then stitched together in post processing. Three shots were taken […]

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Snow at Monocacy Battlefield

After 5-6 inches of wet snow that stuck on the tree trunks and branches, it’s a good time to go out and shoot some photos. I drove to the nearby Monocacy National Battlefield, I walked along the snow-covered Gambrill Mill trail in the morning and […]

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Baker Park after Snow

We ended up got about 5-6 inches of snow in our Frederick area in the past two days but was enough to turn into a beautiful white landscape. As in the past I drove to Baker Park to capture some images.

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