My relatives home in Quincy
A view gazing upon Split Rock Lighthouse on the shores of Lake Superior.
A view across the stern of a boat entering Duluth
Apartment building roofs in Cheney taken while shooting frisbee photos
Target Field during its inaugural season for the Minnesota Twins, which replaced my favorite stadium; The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome.
First day of snow from November 2010. Taken from the north hill of Spokane, WA.
The view from the back of the MS Westerdam, throwing a contrast of hot tubs and a swimming pool against the backdrop of Glacier Bay in Alaska.
Ironically, just to the right, out of shot, is a glacier that people were in a frenzy gazing at. I, unsuspectingly, was particularly more enthused with this shot knowing its potential.
A few seagulls floating away on a chunk of ice in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska.
On our nature boat tour in Sitka, we also got very close to three Orcas which was fantastic. Our guide said it was the third closest he's ever been to Orcas. I got quite sea sick and managed to squeeze off a few shots while roughing the waves which the guide explained was one of the worst days he has been out. Well worth it though.
Long Night Exposure on the Deck of the Westerdam in the Holland America Line. Quite challenging with the wind, and constant movement of the ship moving.
The gorgeous Empress Hotel in Victoria, British Columbia shrouded in shrubbery. Our Alaskan cruise stopped for a few hours here on the return trip, per Canadian law requiring any ship traveling through its waters to stop on Canadian soil at least once.
A glimpse from the the entrance in to Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.
Wide angle and trees. What a combination.
The carved stone indicating the path to "Author's Ridge" in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery near Concord, MA.
Tucker Brook Falls, NH.
Tucker Brook Falls, NH. I liked this particular section of the falls.
Lower Purgatory Falls near Milford NH. It was the first of three waterfalls I shot during an eventful saturday.
Senter Falls, New Hampshire. I adventured to this falls as the sun was going down with another local photographer. I plan on returning as there was much more to this falls than I could capture. It was the third falls I shot on my waterfall adventure day one saturday in late fall.
Senter Falls, in New Hampshire. Although thats not the official title, but rather what the local photographers have named it. Once I find the location, I hope to re-visit.
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