Sometimes its fun to shoot film. A couple of grainy images of the Butler Chain of Lakes in Windermere/ Orlando, Florida.
A few black and whites I captured on my drive to the beach one day.
Took this is Maine at a motel near Bar Harbor. I loved how the windows were better than framed art- just green trees in a glass frame.
Fall’s fallen leaves- from Michigan- photographed on light table.
sun going down by lake michigan
One of those cool lookin red-eye tree frogs in Costa Rica. I was on a rainforest tour down south. Normally you see pictures of these frogs with their eyes wide open, but look at the interesting pattern on their eyelids.. they even close from the bottom to top.
hey, whats up?
A monkey chewing on some leaves or something at the Manuel Antonio National Park in south Costa Rica.
On the Caribbean side of Costa Rica, there’s a really strange and remote area where everyone has dreadlocks, there’s 1 store and 1 cafe, and it gets pitch black at night. Oh, and horses roll around on the beach for fun.
Fish pond photo taken at that Buddhist temple garden in Encinitas, California.
A peacock wandering around Waimea Falls on Oahu’s North Shore.
Again at Waimea Falls, only this time I was feeding the birds. I developed my film and discovered this red-faced bird staring at me.
Isn’t this crazy? This isn’t edited at all- in fact, it was taken on my cell phone in New York City. I got out of work one day, looked up, and saw this awesome sky!
Some soft looking cat tails at Cocoa Beach.
A cactus exhibit at an indoor botanical garden.Picked some flowers from the yard, put them in a vase, made bubbles, and took a picture. A random experiment.
I took this one walking around on the Bay Hill golf course at night. This tree was backlit by a lamp post so I just opened up the shutter for a minute or so.
This is a 30 second exposure of the moon reflecting on Barlow Lake in Michigan (my new backyard).
A sea urchin and hibiscus on my light table. My canon is broken so I had to use a point and shoot but they still came out pretty cool. Every now and again I need a little reminder of the ocean.