I took this photo several years ago, of all places, in the parking lot of the Fairchild Botanical Gardens in Miami. He was just sitting there on the rock wall next to my car. I knew I had to act quickly and grab the camera without scaring it off. It’s called a red-headed agama lizard. They turnContinue Reading “Photo of the Day: Agama Agama”
If you had told teen aged, music obsessed whose first job was in a record store me in 1989 that one day I would be in a photo pit taking pictures of some of my musical idols, I would have laughed in your face. Out of all the things I’ve done in life, dare IContinue Reading “Photo Gallery: Shoots from the Pit”
It’s all that’s blooming right now. In another month or so, there will be a whole other variety of flowers and food to photograph. Leave a comment below or share your favorite with friends. Three of these are available for purchase at 500pxart.com
There are two small Columbines planted in the backyard. It’s one of my favorite flowers because it’s distinct looking, unique and comes in a variety of colors. The view from behind is almost a completely different flower and reminds me of the Alien of movie fame with its long sleek design by nature.
I was meaning to get just the horse drawn carriages at one of the entrances to Central Park. The lady was standing with the man in the hat in the background when I was lining up the photo. She was very taken by the horses; you could tell by the look of authentic happinessContinue Reading “Photo of the Day: Central Park Horses”
The first time I heard of Marilyn Manson was from one of my assistant managers at the record store I worked at in high school. She was very goth/emo when those words actually meant that. Her hair was black and purple as was her wardrobe. She never, ever wore anything but black and purple. It soundedContinue Reading “Concert Photo of the Day: Marilyn Manson”
This photo was taken on Jennings Beach in Fairfield, CT at the end of last summer. It’s also home to the Fairfield Sailing School, where all the boats were already brought ashore for the upcoming winter.