Thursday, April 4, 2013
Traveling to climates outside of mine is one of my favorite photography adventures. This is because I get to take myself out of my comfort zone and get images of plants (but sadly no animals this time) and landscapes that I would not usually have access to. At a family reunion (for Alan's family) we headed back to the desert. The desert was full of life and beauty. I got to adventure deep into it on a dirt bike, which I successfully rode for the first time!
Friday, January 4, 2013
I have this overwhelming urge to take pictures any time i see buildings in decay! Driving through rural areas I want to pull over and take pictures of barns and broken down sheds. Even run down vehicles peak my interest. At Emerald Cove, near Parker, in Arizona I was driving along and found some buildings, abandoned long ago. Obviously, I am not the only one who had interest in this building, but for very different reasons.
|Completely covered in graffiti|
|A trailer next to the abandoned building. Probably won't be taken camping anytime soon.|
|Although this old fire truck is in really good condition, I still loved it because it is a classic!|
|Not the best picture, but it does not cease to amaze me how beautiful the sky is when you can getaway from the light pollution.|
|Not sure what type of bug this is, but it was totally freaky, so I had to get in close :)|