Driftwood and Sandbars is a landscape photograph that was capture on the shore of the Delaware River at low tide one evening. The image was created to showcase the ripples of the sandbars of the river bed with a piece of washed up driftwood resting on it. The standing water between the ripples of sandbars captures the pinks and blues of the sky as the sun sets in the south. Colors of the image are blues, pinks, browns, and yellowish orange.
Cloudy Sunrise at Port Mahon Lighthouse is a landscape photograph taken at early morning at the site of the ruins of the Port Mahon Lighthouse. The remains were photographed using a long shutter speed in order to capture the waters movement and to slowly brighten the sky. Colors of the image are several shades of pale blues, pinks, yellow and dark brown.
Nature Taking Over is a nature photograph that was created in Alapocas Park located in Wilmington, Delaware. The park was once the site of Joseph Bancroft Mill, Kentmere in the early 19th century. Later it changed hands and was named Wilmington Finishing. Today only the steel girders of the old building remain and the wild growth of mother nature slowly covering up the remains. This photo was added to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Against the Odds
This image is entered into the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Shadows
Antiqued Iris is a beautiful macros (close-up) nature photograph of the tiny white and yellow stigmas in the center of a white and purple Bearded Iris while the flower was in full bloom. Color effects were added to enhance the mood of the photograph.