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to my personal photography blog. I specialize in making unique and highly detailed photographs. Notice I said making and not taking. Yes I take photos but a lot of time and work is involved in pushing and punishing the pixels in my images to achieve the look I like.

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Entries in Washington (3)

Monday
May112015

Chihuly Acid Rain

Ok this is something I never do but I saw this nice looking couple at the Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibit walking around. The young man was taking a photo of the young lady posing under her umbrella. I waited till they finished and asked them both to pose for me. I shot a few sequences and thanked them, telling them to search for "Chihuly Acid Rain" on Flickr. So mystery couple, if you're out there here is your photo. Sorry it took me so long to post it.
Thursday
Apr302015

Chihuly Glasshouse in the Blue Hour

Kathy and I were so impressed with our initial visit to the Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibit we decided to visit again, this time in the evening. By the time I reached the glasshouse, the blue hour had begun to set in. I walked around taking loads of pictures. At some point I finally looked up and saw the Space Needle's observation deck towering six hundred feet above the Glasshouse and took this shot.

Tuesday
Apr282015

Tulip Festival Bokeh

While in Seattle, Kathy and I drove out to La Connor to check out the Tulip Festival. It really was amazing to see the colorful fields of flowers spreading out in the distance. This image was taken with my new Sony a6000 mirrorless camera and the Sony 70-200 f4 G lens. I am amazed at the quality of the images this camera/lens combination can produce. Super bokeh shooting wide open.