In the summer of 2014, I went through an “abstract” period. Adding geometric shapes often brings out a whole different dimension within an image.
These photos of an apple orchard here in Maryland were prime canvases for a bit of abstraction.
The final results came out even better than I had hoped.
Once again, an object with order and symmetry now exists in an environment that has none.
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There’s something about barren trees in the winter time that’s almost mystical.
As soon as I spotted this tree, I knew exactly what I wanted the final image to look like.
The triangle adds perfect symmetry to a living thing that is much too complex to be symmetrical, even though it appears that way from a distance.
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When you were just a child, was there anything better than a going down a good sliding board?
No worries, no bills to pay, just you and gravity doing its thing.
A local farm here in Maryland has this unique slide that children can enjoy during the warm, summer months.
If only the innocence of youth could last forever.
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It’s easy to get lost in the sheer beauty of the Outer Banks in North Carolina.
Personally, I’ve always been fascinated by the pelicans that reside there.
When they’re in mid-flight, they can almost look prehistoric.
On this particular day, I happened to spot a whole flock of them perched atop several poles in the water along the North Carolina/Virginia border.
It was like something right out of a movie.
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