It was a windy and cold May day, but I really enjoyed my time with this beautiful family. These kids have such a great attitude and spirit. The bridge proved to be a great location to shoot! I’ll probably use this spot again soon.
Here are a few spring scenes.
February always brings a bit of snow and an eagerness for spring. I found a few spring photos in my photo library to keep my spirits up through the winter. Enjoy!
Seasonal allergy sufferers, rejoice! Spring has arrived! I heard this year is really bad for those of us who react to pollen in uncanny ways, which explains my uncontrollable sneezing. This has not stopped me from capturing the beauty all around me. Seems like everything is more alive right now! (Including the wicked dandelions that seem to be thriving next to the neglected raised-bed gardens.)
The last few nights we have had amazing art in the sky, provided free of charge. Check these out.
Here are a few more photos to close out the year. The leaves were great this year. A short trip to Eagle Creek Park and a few epic sunsets. Now winter is here, which means lots of gray, cold and possibly a lot of snow. There’s beauty in winter and I look forward to capturing some of it! 🙂
This truly is an incredible time to pull your camera out and capture the beautiful fall colors. It’s our job to simply study and enjoy this art that arrives as a free gift once a year. I love using a 70-200mm lens to compress the scene and create drama. Here are a few I shot today on a late afternoon walk.
Two hours north of Pittsburgh, there are many scenic spots off the beaten path, that are amazing locations for landscape photography. Here are some recent examples I captured over the July 4th weekend. If you ever get the chance, I highly recommend getting lost in these beautiful green hills. Better yet, visit during the fall for an exceptionally colorful experience.