The Chemung mine is located in the high desert close to Bridgeport, CA. The mine was in operation between 1909 and 1938. I took my this areal shot with my drone. Enjoy!
Black and White images are often intriguing and challenging. I took this long time exposure at the O’Neal Forebay in Central CA. I was lucky because the boot did not move. Enjoy!
I had the opportunity to photograph this dancer at a local event. Dancers are for me the embodiment of emotions in the best meaning of the word (ex and motion), meaning moving out. Dancers let their feelings out. They become visible and take on expressions and forms. At that point emotions can be photographed.
I had the opportunity to photograph the California State Capitol in Sacramento, CA. Enjoy!
This is an infrared image of the business part in Walnut Creek, CA. In post I added a blue-yellow filter to the image. Enjoy!
A friend started with ICM (intentional camera movement) photography. She inspired me to do the same. Enjoy the beautiful Fall colors we have in Merced, CA
I photographed this succulent in my neighborhood. Enjoy!
Last Sunday I had the opportunity to photograph in Yosemite Valley. Fall has definitely arrived. The dogwood trees are turning beautifully red. The waterfalls carry less water and the clouds are hanging on top of the cliffs. It feels different in the Fall than the Summer. Enjoy the collage!
Last weekend I had the opportunity to photograph at Shaver Lake. The Lake ist located in between Yosemite NP and Kings Canyon at roughly 5500 feet elevation. While the daytime temperature was around 70f, the night were cold. We got up before sunrise and started photographing. Enjoy one of my favorite images.
Autumn has arrived in Merced. It is not quite as hot in Central California and the days are definitely getting shorter. The trees are slowly beginning to change. I took a walk this morning and I was trying to document that change.