Late afternoon sunlight glows on verdant hillsides and lazy sheep near Castleton, Derbyshire in the Peak District of England. An old stone fence meanders down the hillside in a zig-zag, diagonal line. Prints available; click for a larger preview.
Viewed from the ruins of Knaresborough Castle, the last rays of the setting sun streak over this quintessential English village. The town’s railway viaduct, completed in 1851, is on the Harrogate Line between Leeds and York and traverses the River Nidd. Prints are available; click image for a larger preview.
Leading to a lonely lamppost, an empty path winds down a leafy hillside near the seashore Esplanade at South Cliff, Scarborough, England. Black and white photo. Prints available; click image for a larger preview.
View of Dubrovnik, Croatia from above on a bright, spring morning. The city of Dubrovnik, known throughout the ages as Ragusa, is on the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia. Founded in the 13th century, the city was an important Mediterranean sea power for centuries. The Old Town is encircled by a high stone wall with many defensive and lookout towers. Dubrovnik is a well-preserved example of a late-medieval walled city and the Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Prints available. Click image for a larger preview.
Puffy, white clouds glide over the parched landscape, creating dramatic shadows on the massive, eroded sandstone cliffs at Blue Mesa Reservoir near Gunnison, Colorado.
I made this photograph during a wonderful road trip Ruth and I made with my parents during October 2013.
Leaving from Denver, we traveled southwest through the Colorado Rockies, staying in Crested Butte and Ouray along the way. Following a day exploring and shopping in Durango, Colorado, we drove into northern New Mexico, where we stayed overnight in Farmington. Early the next morning we visited one of my favorite Native American historic sites – Aztec Ruin. We finished our trip staying in Albuquerque and Santa Fe for six nights before driving home to Colorado.
This is the first image I’ve posted from this trip; stay tuned for many more coming soon!
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A rainbow catches the early morning sun near the village of Youlgreave in the heart of the Peak District, Derbyshire, England. Prints of this photograph are available. Click image for a larger preview.
Scarborough Castle is a former medieval Royal fortress on a rocky promontory overlooking the North Sea in North Yorkshire, England. The entire west wall, roof, and interior floors of the castle’s keep were destroyed in 1645 by artillery bombardment during the English Civil War. Prints available; click image for a larger preview.
Reflections on the water at the harbor of Monte Carlo, Monaco. The colors and shapes are from the sides of boats and the bumpers hanging off them. I photographed these reflections for a very long time, mesmerized my the infinite random patterns. I also shot several long video clips, which I’m working into a collection of abstract video installations.
As with all my work, prints are available of this image. It looks fantastic on canvas!
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A single, narrow window lets the daylight into a dark room in Tattershall Castle, Lincolnshire, England. Built by Robert de Tattershall in 1231, Tattershall Castle has its origins in either a stone castle or a fortified manor house. It was largely rebuilt in brick, and greatly expanded, by Ralph, 3rd Lord Cromwell, Treasurer of England, between 1430 and 1450. Prints available. Click for a larger preview.
Bright purple rhododendrons burst forth from lush green bushes in a park in the heart of Gothenburg, Sweden. Prints available. Click for a larger preview.
The foyer of an old building in Dubrovnik, Croatia is lit with bright colors, temporarily brightening the appearance of the peeling paint and crumbling walls of a staircase leading upward to the unseen floors above. Click for a larger preview
A thorny rosebush protrudes a thick vine with a single red bloom through the ancient iron bars of a window in a rough stone wall, deep in the heart of Dubrovnik, Croatia. Prints available; click for a larger preview.
The summer sun, high in a clear, blue sky, shines through Laburnum trees outside the Gothenburg Cathedral in Sweden’s historic city. Gothenburg Cathedral is the seat of the bishop for the diocese of Gothenburg of the Church of Sweden. The main building was completed in 1633 and the current steeple completed in 1643. Laburnum, commonly called Golden Chain trees, are native to southern Europe but can now be found all over the continent. Prints available; click for a larger preview.
In an old, decaying stairwell, deep within a centuries-old building in the heart of Zadar, Croatia, the narrow daylight from a circular window illuminates a small spot on a few steps. Black and white photograph. Prints available; click for a larger preview.
Black and white photograph of a wooden gate and stone fences within a deep limestone gorge along Winnats Road near Castleton in the High Peak District of England. In the distance, sheep graze high atop a grassy moor.
I made this photograph during the UK Photo Tour I led in June 2013. Our group explored and photographed a large area of central England, including spending many days in the Peak District. I lead workshops and photo tours around the world; for details and a calendar of upcoming events click here.
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