Drone Photography - From "A Photo A Day"
In winter we are inclined to ask, “Why do we live here?” I have an answer or two.
It is a sort of a race, I guess. . .
The lonely lighthouse protects the mariners at Punta Arena on the Sea of Cortez.
When it comes to catching a good sunrise, timing is everything. This sunrise on on the East Cape, BCS, Sea of Cortez.
He’s fallen and he won’t get up . . . .
What does it take to get a decent photo?
What do you get when you remove all the color?
The stories they could tell . . . .
There were no hippies here this morning . . .
Can you see me in this picture?
Can a picture also be a prayer?
Just where do all roads lead?
On this day, it was a bridge over un-troubled water.
Brown and blue work well together.
Forest Gump was here.
It truly is a "mighty fortress. . . "
Rocky Mountain high?
Is it risky to fly a drone in falling snow? Maybe . . .
This road is carved into giant mountains of sand and boulders.
The Sierra de la Giganta rise majestically out of the Sea of Cortez.
It's not hard to get above the tree line if you're a flatlander.
There's not much I like about winter . . . . .
Part III in a study of contrasts. . .
IF stands for "I failed" . . . (read more)
Try the Devil's Tower on for size . . .
Introducing the 2018 LATI Festival of Trees print donation.
An eagle's eye view . . .
What do Balvenie Scotch, a Phantom Drone and a black and white photo have in common?
Fairburn is a hidden gem . . .