During World War II, German submarines, referred to as u-boats due to the designations given to them by the German navy, wrought havoc throughout the Atlantic, sinking allied ships, both civilian and military almost with impunity. There was a great, founded, fear that the Germans were operating their submarines in […]
Found this little critter, a swamp cidada I believe, wandering around my driveway this morning, and it appears to be pretty fresh from it’s shell — it’s left wing isn’t completely unfurled yet! When I knelt down to get some shots and put my phone close to the ground, it […]
Took a little walk around the house the other night. Pictures with my Pixel 4XL.
Just a simple cell phone shot (Pixel 4XL), edited with Snapseed, on this rainy Saturday morning. Snapped while dropping off food at a local food pantry here in Westminster.
Musicians and bands, both on stage and in the studio, taken over the 20+ years I’ve been making images with a digital camera…
On November 10, 2017, I did the almost unthinkable, and switched from an Apple iPhone 6s to a Google Pixel 2. There were a number of reasons behind the decision, but chief among them was the superior quality of the Pixel 2’s camera. This gallery contains images that were taken […]
We spent a wonderful, if wet, day yesterday at the Chesapeake Bay Buyboat Show at Somers Cove Marina in Crisfield, on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. In addition to the boat show, which featured a dozen or so restored and/or working Chesapeake Bay boats, there’s a really neat little museum in Crisfield […]
Late this afternoon, we headed down to the boardwalk. For such a chilly, damp night, there were a surprising number of people about. I shot with my Fuji X-E1 and Mamiya-Sekor 55mm f/1.8. Post processing in Snapseed on the iPad Air 2.
Just a few Christmas snaps with the iPhone 6s and the Moment 18 wide lens, edited in Snapseed. Merry Christmas, to all!
Continuing our Thanksgiving weekend tradition, we headed south to visit Chincoteague and Virginia’s portion of Assateague island.