I decided to photograph the tulips again. A week has passed and they have completely withered and still, the flowers are beautiful.
Eleven years ago we adopted Slinky. He showed up in our neighborhood as a very young, wild and hungry tomcat. Over the years he became tame and he loves to sit on a blanket.
I used a 360 degree camera to create this image. Enjoy!
Yesterday Renate, David and I photographed in Yosemite Valley. The weather forecast predicted cooler temperatures and snow. Enjoy!
This is a combination of eight exposures. I turned the vase slightly at each exposure and combined the images in post production in layers. Each layer I assigned an special opacity. Enjoy!
During the last few weeks I had the opportunity to photograph Fall foliage in the high Sierra Nevada and the Eastern side of the State of California. Today I photographed Fall colors in Monterey, almost at the beach of the Pacific Ocean. The trees and colors are totally different. Enjoy this image!
On the west side of the San Joaquin Valley in Central California the cotton is ready to be harvested. Today this is done by machines. I can hardly imagine how hard it was to do this work by hand. Enjoy the image!
Medeiros is a primitive campground on the westside of the San Joaquin Valley in central California.
The camping spots are spacious, but there is no electricity or other services.
There are many different kind of birds present.
The early mornings are especially pretty. Enjoy the outdoors and observe what mother nature has to offer.
I folded a regular sheet of paper into a square and put it on a black background. Then I created this multi exposed image. Enjoy!
After a long stretch of dangerously high temperatures it finally cooled down in Central California. Therefore I decided to look for first signs of Fall colors on my morning walk. Sure enough I found them.