I went out last night to watch the storms roll in. Of course I took my camera and tripod with me because I could tell before I left it was going to be quite a light show. Here's what I got:
Late last night I was watching some videos on adobe TV and I came across one by Julieanne Kost. The video and Julieanne's artwork inspired me to create the following piece which I created by blending parts of five different photographs and editing them in photoshop.
If you are into this kind of thing you can watch the video below:
On Saturday, May 30th, Janet and I were married at the Quartz Mountain lodge in Lone Wolf, Oklahoma. We had a beautiful and perfect ceremony and are now happier than ever before!
Here are some pictures of my lovely bride taken by a great friend of ours and a talented photographer, Elaina Smith. You can find more of her work by clicking the following links:
Eli Photography Blog
Eli Photography Website
I think you will agree, she did a fantastic job!
When In Toas!
I was shopping in Taos with my wife and I came across these pigeons. Luckily, I caught one as he flew across to another building. I snapped away and got these:
We had a couple weeks where there were thunderstorms almost every day. It's one of my favorite times of year! Here are some photographs I took while chasing the storms.
Mother Nature's Fury
It's difficult to get a good photograph of lightning due to it's unpredictability. Last night I was monitoring the local radar and saw this isolated thunderstorm approaching my house so I decided to go set up my gear on top of a hill just outside of town. I was very excited when I released the shutter on my camera and watched the following image pop onto my display!
Long Lost Photograph
I was trying to remember a detail about an event I attended many years ago and started looking through my photo album from that day. In it I found the following photograph which I have decided I really like!