Recently, I had the pleasure of taking some photos up in Maine with the great Adam Woodworth. Although the weather in Maine wasn’t as co-operative as I would have hoped, we did get a short break on this particular night. We raced out to a spot that Adam has on his list of cool places to shoot. We set up… Continue readingMoose Cove
If you plan on shooting a sunset, why not go to a place called Sunset Park? Located on the north shore of Long Island in Port Washington, this little park is a great place to watch the sun go down. It was an incredibly peaceful evening and I was with my girlfriend who has a way of making everything seem… Continue readingSunset Park
Over the summer I had taken another trip back to Lubec Maine to capture some additional images of the West Quoddy Head Lighthouse. This lighthouse sits at the eastern most part of the USA. It is a beautiful lighthouse in a very scenic town of Lubec. Click on the image to see it larger.
A few years back I had posted a picture of this beautiful lighthouse. After Super Storm Sandy much of the boardwalk was destroyed. The repair and updating of the boardwalk significantly changed what the approach to the light house looks like now. Here is an updated photo with how the lighthouse now appears after the repairs. Additionally, there is now… Continue readingFire Island Lighthouse
Despite the warm glow of the setting sun, this was a very cold day! Off to the bottom right of the image, left over snow can be seen on the ground. As the sun set though braving the cold became immediately worthwhile. The sun set in spectacular fashion leaving us with this image of it’s warm winter glow. This image… Continue readingInto the Sunset
Every September 11th New York City remembers those lost in the attacks on New York with a tribute in lights. The tribute is composed of two vertical columns of light made up by a total of 88 individual spot lights. They are placed in the New York City skyline where the two World Trade Center towers stood 15 years ago.… Continue readingNew York City – Tribute in Lights
The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge opened in 1964 and at the time was the worlds largest suspension bridge. It towers 693 feet tall and spans 13,700 feet! This bridge is so long that engineers had to factor in the curvature of the earth when it was built. The bridge, located in New York City, connects the borough of Brooklyn to Staten Island… Continue readingThe Verrazano-Narrows Bridge
A shot of the lower Manhattan skyline of New York City. This time from an angle not seen to often, from inside the city looking out. This photo is available for purchase in the online gallery.
Here is another photograph from my recent trip in a door-less helicopter over New York City with FlyNYon. This photo was shot at 15mm using the Tamron 15-30mm lens and a Nikon D800 camera. Click on the picture to enlarge it. This photo and other New York City photos are available for purchase here.
I had a the opportunity yesterday to to take aerial photos of New York City on a doors off helicopter trip with FlyNYon. It was an amazing experience. The staff was super friendly and made me feel right at home from the moment I arrived until the moment I departed. I was greeted by Erika who brought me into the… Continue readingNew York City by Air