Tag Archives: Wide Angle

Repeat After Me…

It’s been a while since I’ve posted something with an obscene amount of colour. This has been a conscious decision, as I know that when I first started with HDR processing, I went a little overboard with my saturation slider. However, I feel that this image is one that benefits from a large dose of […]

Rusted Growth

This is a detail shot from the same building seen in my previous post. If you look hard enough at yesterday’s photo, you can probably spot this on the left wall. Honestly, I’m not entirely sure what this boxes are, although it seems like they probably have something to do with the electricity that must […]

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 […]

Another Palapa Sunrise

What better way to start off a -21 C morning than with a warm shot of a beach in Mexico! I really love going back to these shots I took in December because it brings all the great memories I have rushing back. That’s part of the magic of photography though, right? It enables us […]

The Warmth

Do you ever get to a location to take some shots, and find one element in the landscape that you just can’t get enough of? For me, that element was this broken down pier. Conveniently enough, this pier was located right smack dab in the middle of the beach where we were honeymooning in Mexico, […]