PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: THE AMAZING SEQUOIA AND KINGS CANYON NATL. PARKS

I have always been fascinated by the “Giant Redwoods” of California, which has the largest trees in the world. And they are the oldest trees in the world, dating over 2000+ years old. Join us now, as we give you a taste of this amazing phenomenon in the world: Looking at most of the picturesContinue reading “PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: THE AMAZING SEQUOIA AND KINGS CANYON NATL. PARKS”

DAY 8 – DEVELOPING YOUR EYE – “EDGE”

Day Eight: “Edge” — Straighten Your Image At Ta Prohm, the jungle temple in the Angkor Wat complex in Cambodia, centuries-old carvings have fallen victim to time and tree roots. In some areas, walls still stand, their intact windows creating frames and portals. The solid, straight edges of the windows are a stark contrast toContinue reading “DAY 8 – DEVELOPING YOUR EYE – “EDGE””

DAY 7 – “GLASS” – INTERACT WITH A SURFACE :

Day Seven: “Glass” — Interact with a Surface Experimenting with glass can create multi-layered and unpredictable shots. Consider this landscape from an estate near Inverness, Scotland: It’s a lovely scene, but what happens when we place an old, creaky window between the viewer and this garden? Even if you prefer the view without the window,Continue reading “DAY 7 – “GLASS” – INTERACT WITH A SURFACE :”