This London Eye panorama was taken on a “last-night-in London tour” by cab which ended up costing about £120 but was worth every pence. Hopped around all over the city and the taxi driver was quite accommodating.
I lived here for 18 months in the late 2000’s: Rivo on Ringling in Sarasota, FL. The balcony view was amazing and I would keep the sliding doors open for months at a time in the spring.Fun times were had.
Taken at the fountains at City Place, West Palm Beach near Il Bellagio restaurant while waiting for some friends.
Looking out from the same place where Hangover 2 was filmed – Lebua Tower – this took a bit of work to pull off since I had to manually adjust exposure between shots so i could get an HDR shot out of it (since I only brought the Casio with me on my Thailand trip
A little experiment in cross processing on top of HDR on this shot of a fisheye New York City cab.
Probably my best shot ever, earning me an Editors Choice nod at 500px. Another shot from this night got me published in National Geographic, but I like this particular photo even more than the original one I submitted. A fisheye lens on my camera on a tripod jammed into the backseat of a rented Mini
This house is where I spent one of the craziest and most fun months of my life. The Sowden House built by Frank Lloyd Wright with a mysterious history and unmatched architecture.
I took this photo while on a trip to New York City from the back of a rented Mini Cooper with a tripod jammed into the backseat. This picture is taken looking from the back of the car towards the big building that intersects Park Ave in midtown NYC.