Ansel Adams once said, “Photography is as about what is on the inside as well as the outside.”
Photographs paint a beautiful picture of a moment in time—a moment to always be remembered.
The two best bits of advice I have ever received concerning photography are 1) there is quality in quantity. Take a lot of images and one will work. And 2) F-11 and be there. Always have your camera ready. You know never know when that one lifetime shot will appear.
September 11, 2001 at Wind River Ranch in Estes Park, Colorado. The country is under attack, yet all seems peaceful here.
Pebble Beach and Cypress Point on the far left. The greatest meeting of land and water in the know world.
On the banks of the White River in Northwest Arkansas. God’s majestic creation is always on display.
A double exposure on the 4th of July in Northeast Texas.
And elk fight on the golf course! On the 16th tee at the Estes Park Golf Course in early September.
South Louisiana at its finest, the Springtime. Taken on the Main Highway between St. Martinville and New Iberia.