A scenic overlook in Tennessee, near Johnson City.
This is an old one from my first attempt at college, before I ever dreamed that I would pursue photography as a career. I believe, when this was taken, I was still gunning for museum curator. Funny how things can change in two or three years.
I’m usually not big on split toning, but I felt that this photo was begging for it.
It’s amazing the beautiful things that you can find in your own yard.
I love the way trees look from underneath. They dominate the sky, standing there in all their great power.
A bit of a different perspective on a peppermint plant that I have potted.
Some lovely basil sprouts, for my garden.
From a narrative that I worked on about growing things. This is a little pepper sprout.
A budding tree outside of my house.
I find it incredible that the Kodak EasyShare camera that I was using took such wonderful stop motion shots. I guess it helps to prove that it isn’t the camera that makes the photo. I’m of the firm belief that it is impossible to take a bad photo in Greece.