I created this image during December 2020 to submit to the Loudoun Photography Club Negative Space/Minimalist contest in December.
These Bleeding Hearts aren’t worried about social distancing due to the virus.
I visited Cederville University early one morning last fall to capture these images during early twilight and sunrise.
I came across this stack of hay bales at the Manassas National Battlefield last fall and returned early the next morning to capture this image just as the sun was rising.
2019 Lunar Eclipse
Lunar Eclipse captured from Northern Virginia, 20-21 January 2019. The temperature was in the teens with single digit wind chills, but the sky was beautifully clear.
2015 Lunar Eclipse
A couple multiple exposure images from this week’s total Lunar eclipse. The clouds rolled in when the eclipse was at its maximum, then cleared for a while before covering the sky again.
This second multiple exposure was taken with a wide angle lens and shows how the moon progressed across the sky.
Images from the Loudoun Photo Club Macro workshop. An amazing variety of items to photograph, not nearly enough time to even scratch the surface.
I don’t do very much with astrophotography, but I thought I’d give it a try with the triple conjunction yesterday evening. Venus is on the left, Mars is above it and slightly to the right, the crescent Moon is on the right, partially illuminated by earthshine.
I was honored last week to have one of my images selected by Steve Beltz to receive 1st place in the Advanced Color category of the Loudoun Photography Club’s “Water” competition. It’s a wonderful tribute to our Founding Fathers.