Saturday, March 28, 2015

A post of some samples of my graphic work

Here's various graphic samples, for interested parties... (3-28-15)

Clicking on an image should bring up the full uploaded resolution of the image...

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

And now some stock photos...

Soaring, Wind, Kite-flying, Nostalgic...

Covered Bridge, Country Scene, Historic, Nostalgic 

Landscapes... For the new site too.

Sandia Mts. - Near Albuquerque NM

Iowa's rolling farmlands

And for some inspirational shots...

...Written in stone...

"He is RISEN"

Here's a couple new B/W shots, to share for the other website

BW-02 -Amman

BW-03 -Amana

Here's a couple new Industrial shots cropped for a new web project under construction

At the river - Portage De Sioux

Tug and Barge - at the Confluence - Mighty MO and the Mississippi

Monday, April 2, 2012

Here's a few pictures I'm showing as "representative images" for someone to review my work for a Gallery showing. The scenes include a range of subjects, from the Missouri riverbanks, a resort in the the Ozarks, to Iowa farms, and Scotland mountains, so it's a pretty good spread of territory.

My next post of images will be samples of work I've done for clients.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

(Jean Baptist) Point DuSable Park, St. Charles, MO

The Wabash Train Bridge.

The Wabash Train Bridge, with Riverboat signage on tree.

Tree with a chain... forever.

Cross in the reflection with the help of a log in the swamp.

River Trash

Cross. Cool!

Bridge, and vines.

Cross, in the reflection, with the help of the log in the swamp.

I spent a little while at a park today, and here's a few shots of the area along the river... Some good scenes, some not so good.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Winter 2011 Scenes

Here's some recent winter scenes, with comments to come later...

Monday, May 10, 2010

Rainy days and Mondays...

Here's some rainy day pictures, taken as a part of my self-assignment of finding subjects for pictures to take on my day-to-day routes to and from work every day.
The lighting was really on the low-end, so I set my camera "ISO" rating to 3200, so that I could still snap pictures and have some kind of images without motion blur, even if they were "grainer", (i.e., pixelier), that way. Often rainy day pictures have more saturated colors because the sun isn't out make glare and burned out reflective highlights on surfaces of leaves and other outdoor subjects. Some of these have good color, and some are just shadowed subjects, reflections and reflected gray clouds and raininess going on, so they're basically black and white subjects. Enjoy!