I’ve just released the first three prints in the monster truck squared series. These pieces really pop with the light colored background! These will look fantastic in a younger boys room or even a man cave.
Quick ship prints for these trucks is available in sizes of 8×8 and 12×12. They will be available on a wide variety of high quality photo papers such as gloss, luster and semi-gloss.
If you have any questions please leave it in the comments section or FB pm me over on my FB Page .
A week or so ago I posted about the progress of my monster truck series here . This morning, over on my Facebook page, I announced an offer for another new series of Fine Art greeting cards. I’m really excited about both of these projects but I’m very excited about the first production of these greeting cards. The first batch include shots from my area of New Jersey, the Jersey Shore.
These cards are produced on high quality card stock and include matching envelopes. If you have any interest please click on the link above or please FB PM me or email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s a look at the first three in the series….
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So I’m finally seeing some significant progress on an idea I’ve had for many months. I’ve been gathering ideas, building an in-home product studio, taking photos, setting up online selling sites among other things.
I also recently added a teaser video on my website, here. But I also thought I’d present one of the first production photos here as well. I’m excited to see where this idea takes me. The possibilities are endless.
So if your in the need of decor for grandson, son or nephews room and are looking for something unique and priced just right. Stay tuned, big things are coming….
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Wow, it’s been awhile! With the new year upon us I ventured over to my blog from many moons ago( Feb 2017 to be exact)…. maybe I’ll give it a whirl at writing and documenting my photography travels. Hope you check back to see where I’m going.
The creative artistry present at the Grounds For Sculpture is mesmerizing. Around each turn in this beautiful outdoor exhibit is an experience that is never forgotten.
One such exhibit is the Depression Bread Line. Crafted by world renowned sculptor George Segal in 1999. Five men, cast in bronze, waiting for handouts… Depicting a scene all too common during the Great Depression. This fascinating and thought provoking display is only one of hundreds scattered over this wonderful park.
Here are just a few photos to give you a sense of the significance of this piece….
I don’t know what took me so long to go to The Grounds for Sculpture. It is one of the most fascinating places I’ve ever been to and actually can’t wait to go back. I’m only sorry I went in the latter part of the fall season and have to wait so long for spring to capture more amazing shots. Stay tuned because I will be posting more on the blog shortly.
Thanks again for stopping by!
Please feel free to go over to my website for more of my work and the opportunity to purchase any of the photos over there…
During our vacation in South Carolina we all agreed to go on a catamaran to experience the sunset on the Calibogue Sound. We decided on a trip which would leave from the South Beach area of Hilton Head. We were excited to not only go on the cruise but also visit the famous Salty Dog Cafe. It turned out to be a great experience walking around this scenic area and then embarking on the cruise.
In addition to experiencing the southern sunset on the Calibogue Sound I’m really glad I pushed the shutter on this shot. This is a land mass that identifies the entrance to the sound. Not the most compelling shot but one that helps remember a fantastic experience….
So, do you have any photos that remind you of unforgettable family experiences. Would love to see them. Post link in the comment section.
I’m fortunate to live in an area of New Jersey where I have access to several beautiful bodies of water that are conducive to spectacular photographic opportunities. If I don’t want to go to the beach I have the Manasquan Reservoir as a more than formidable location for dramatic sunrise or sunsets.
On many a summer evening I can be seen often glancing over to the western sky looking for a late afternoon storm making it’s way across the state. On this given afternoon I could see the late summer weather pattern getting ready to create something dramatic. I grabbed my gear and made the 7 minute ride to the reservoir to capture the scene below.
Once again, the reservoir did not disappoint……
This shot looks incredible on Canon and Red River photo papers so contact me if you have interest in purchasing this or any other piece of art.