Category Archives: Travel Photography

Infrared Photography

Infared PhotographyIndian Canyon, California

Infrared is invisible to the human eye. It is just below our visual spectrum. This light range can be captured by special film, filters, or cameras that are converted to be sensitive to infrared. I had LifePixel convert older Canon camera to capture this realm of vision. These are my first captures.Infared Photography

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Palm Canyon

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Kelso, California

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Sierra Nevada Foothills

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Joshua Tree National Park

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Franklin County Conservatory, Columbus, Ohio

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Franklin County Conservatory, Columbus, Ohio

Aerial View of Fall Foliage

Wednesday, November 2nd, I had the privilege of flying with experienced pilot Jeff Block and esteemed musician Arnett Howard over South Eastern Ohio.

Fall South East Ohio

 

Conkles Hollow

 

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A Fresh look in Cleveland Ohio

Cleveland Ohio

A group of large, bright, colorful animals are visiting Cleveland Ohio now. Regeneration Cleveland is a project the Land Studio coordinated with CrackedArt of Milan, Italy.

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Cleveland Ohio

Cleveland Ohio

Cleveland Ohio

Cleveland Ohio

Cleveland Ohio

Cleveland Ohio

The Tea Rival in the Ohio City District has a fascinating organic wall.

Cleveland Ohio

Cleveland Ohio

Tea

Cleveland Ohio

New Downtown Housing

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Storefront

Cleveland Ohio

Sculpture Detail

Cleveland Ohio

Cleveland Ohio

Hopefully all will go well with the upcoming RNC Convention

Cleveland Ohio

Cleveland Ohio

 

 

Creative Course Catalog

Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware Ohio has chosen a variety of my images to use on their web based Course Catalog.

Another Look

Psychology

Rowers

Health & Human Kinetics

Screen Woman

Woman & Gender Studies

Ancient, Medieval & Renissance Studies

Ancient, Medieval & Renaissance Studies

TimeWarp

Computer Science

Creative Writing

Creative Writing

Latin American Studies

Latin American Studies

Sea of Galilee

Religion Studies/Sea of Galilee 

Urban Studies

Urban Studies

Neuroscienc

Neuroscience

Spinning

East Asian Studies

Web

Panoramic Photography

The images below are all photographed in High Dynamic Range. As many as 12 HDR images are stitched together to make the final images.

Columbus, Ohio

Columbus, Ohio

Cold War Control Room

Cold War Control Room

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Cold War Control Room

Chick's_Panorama4 Print

Chick’s Camera Exchange

The Netherlands Panos

The Netherlands Panos

Icefields Alberta

Icefields Alberta

Lindsey's Bathroom

Lindsey’s Ceramic Mural Bathroom

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Main St. Bridge Columbus, Ohio

R&R Bait

Bill’s R&R Bait Store

Scioto Mile

Scioto Mile

 

Academic Imagery

Recently, Ohio Wesleyan University used  my stock images to represent various Academic Studies. Below are some of the images they choose.
Envir Studies

Enviromental Studies

Futur-15

Economics

 

Artwork

Fine Arts

Neuroscience

Neuroscience

Geology Kodachrome Basin park Utah

Geology

Philosophy

Philosophy

Dense Grass

Botany

Zoology

Zoology

https://www.owu.edu/academics/departments-programs/

 

The Silence of Sea and Space: Where Titanic Meets Apollo

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Upon entering the Great Lakes Science Center’s TITANIC: The Artifact Exhibition,  you assume the identity of one of the passengers, as you’re handed your boarding pass complete with family info, reason for travel and other passenger facts. You’re then drawn into darkened rooms filled with festive music, but soon you’re surrounded by the muted sound of an underwater world.

Viewed at an angle, the casing around the ship model above produces an eerie reflection of the wall photo, of some of the 10,000 workers who spent 3 years building the Titanic, creating the illusion of spirits drifting over the ship.

Below, the Grand Staircase, with it’s bronze cherubs, is juxtaposed with floor titles from the ship’s Third Class section. Among other luxuries on board was a gymnasium featuring a Turkish bath with Moroccan tiles and Egyptian lace, while 2 shared bathtubs sufficed for the 700 passengers in steerage.

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Despite warnings from other ships in the area of large ice fields, vital information never reached the ship’s bridge. At 11:38p.m. on April 14, 1912, an iceberg would become an equalizer between classes: First, Second and Third (steerage). The air temperature was 1 degree Celsius, the water temp was -1 degree.  Visitors are encouraged to touch the ice display below, kept chilled to illustrate the night’s frigid conditions.

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It would take over 2.5 hours for the ship to fully sink, but the orchestra played on…. The loss of the unsinkable ship would claim more than 1,500 lives. Among the more famous – Mining Magnet Benjamin Guggenheim and Industrialist John Astor IV.

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Dinner menus  hang on the wall – ranging from filet mignon to boiled potatoes, depending on your class. Serving dishes, unearthed from the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, are encased in glass.

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The wall photo below shows au gratin dishes lined up like dominos, preserved in the sea bed. The same dishes are now housed in a display case.

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A lone leather boot, with EWP stamped on the heel…perhaps the manufacturer or owner’s initials. Other cases contain U.S. bank notes, coins and  jewelry. Everything from the fine china to bathroom water fixtures was salvaged.

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Heavy brass portals provided passengers with serene ocean views from their state rooms.

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A towering wall of fire – a recreation of one of six boiler rooms that propelled the ship forward, consuming 5,900 tons of coal, as it journeyed towards a destination it would never reach.

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Replicas of state rooms also appear throughout the exhibit.

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Mannequin or actress dressed in period cloths?

Seated Woman

At daybreak, on April 15, 1912, the CARPATHIA would come to the rescue of some 705+ survivors.  The greatest losses were among those in steerage and among crew members.

For a journey into another realm, visit the Apollo exhibit in the new NASA Glenn Visitor Center. A look inside the actual 1973 Skylab 3 Apollo Command Module shows the austere living conditions of space travel.

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Artifact from the Great Beyond – Moon Rock from Apollo 15 encased, not unlike the Titanic artifacts, to protect it from the earth’s atmosphere.

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TITANIC: The Artifact Exhibition runs through January 5, 2014.

Visit the Great Lakes Science Center’s website for details and hours.

Stay for the IMAX film:  Titanica: A journey below the Atlantic Ocean to the underwater resting place of the legendary Titanic explores the ruins of the great ship. CLICK HERE FOR SHOW TIMES.

For additional info about the recovery of the Titanic , visit RMS TITANIC.

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