Night shot of Pittsburgh in 2017.
"A whale would lie in the shape of something cold, the body sipping on itself like a drain." --Emily Yoon, Time, in Whales.
When our car broke down on the highway, I found that the hood of the car looked a lot like a lake.
Taken with a front flash to expose the subject and then a long exposure for the sparkler. ring
An assortment of vegetables and fruits in fall of 2020.
This picture reminds me of something poetic, the shadows of palm trees and the golden light.
Textures are pretty cool. I don't have a macro lens, but this one is pretty close.
Fun fact: I almost destroyed my camera when I took this picture. Tesla coils induce high voltage in any nearby piece of metal, including camera circuitry!
Another picture of the woods behind my childhood home in fall of 2020.
Frame of reference is important in physics and philosophy. Taken in the woods behind my house.
Close-up of a dolphin trainer talking to a little kid.
Aspen leaves on the road near my childhood home.
Composite shot of a double-break shell I fired.
Same technique as Fire Wheel: front flash and then a long exposure to illuminate the stars and a flashlight wand.
A pile of rocks that I made in Long Island.
Staghorn Sumac against a bright sky looks like a specimen photograph.
A rare rose that I found in my backyard. It is actually two colors. Some of the petals are actually divided in the middle.
Taken off the coast of Santa Cruz on 8-15-2022.