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See the Light

The common theme of the abandoned buildings I found around the Salton sea was without a doubt, pigeons. These annoying critters were around every corner in every building, and they scared the crap out of me on a number of occasions. Something about the silence of an abandoned building being broken by the flapping of […]

In Your Face

Interesting foreground elements and leading lines can turn a ho-hum scene into something more compelling. Although there were a number of great individual elements in this abandoned warehouse to shoot, creating an interesting composition that included a large chunk of them required a bit of thinking. Nobody wants to look at a pile of discarded […]

Nephews Rock!

I know I said in yesterday’s post that I was itching to get back to some HDR images, when looking through my catalogue, I couldn’t resist this adorable shot of my youngest nephew, Cole. This was actually shot on Christmas day just as he came in the door to my parent’s place all bundled up […]

Salton Sea – RV Park

I think this will be the last image in the first portion of this barren Salton Sea series. I think I have some more to add, but I have an itch to get back to processing some HDR’s. Hope you’ve enjoyed the series so far!

Salton Sea – XY

Some areas just back from the shore of the Salton Sea are covered with a thin layer of crispy, white, salty earth. Upon first glance, this crust looks plenty hard enough to walk on, however, in some areas there are a few inches of soft mud just below the surface. I made the mistake of […]