Dumbo Brooklyn is such a romantic and icon place. You have an incredible view of the Manhattan cityscape, both the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridge within viewing/walking distance of each other. It’s an incredible spot to find countless amounts of images, people, and fun things to do. Visitors loved to share their love with the world by locking their love locks to the pier fence. I was fortunate enough to visit during an Instameet, right before they decided to remove all of them.
Went exploring Baltimore for a week while visiting my best friend. It’s always a fun experience just randomly walking around not exactly knowing where I’m going. More people should do it!
Just go have fun, explore, do something you’ve never done before. I try to get lost every time I walk out the door to take some photos. This fun walk landed me in an incredibly quiet happy hour for sushi!
I’ve never been to Liberty Park in New Jersey before this day, but I was so surprised the size and amazing views. It’s funny what you notice when you 1. start playing around with photography. 2. when you actually explore locations around where you live. Great view of Manhattan, and amazing 911 memorial.
If you ever see me out walking, most likely I look crazy going in circles starring up at the sky. Checking out tall buildings, takiing in all the different angles and perspectives. It’s pretty funny, but it makes for some cool images. Here’s the One World Trade Center at an angle that makes it look like a modern day pyramid.
They say it’s hard to capture a good picture during midday when there’s so much harsh light. Who’s to say what’s a good picture or not? Who makes the rules? I say you do! It’s your art, don’t let the next person tell you how it’s suppose to look.
I have a ton of fun during this photowalk back in February.
I’ve never had the opportunity to photograph a lightning storm before, this was definitely the perfect time though. This went on for about 45 minutes. It’s insane how incredible nature can be. Maybe I’ll become a storm chaser for a bit? What do you think?
If you head over to Parc de la Cité-du-Havre right across from the Old Port of Montreal you find this amazing little place where you can see the entire cityscape of downtown. Such an incredible view as the sun started creeping towards the horizon, it started to reveal this amazing pink/orange sky.
A quick walk to the Syracuse Reservoir during an awesome sunset was a great choice. Especially when the dandelions were ready to set off my allergies! They do make for some stunning silhouettes though.
Rain. Mountains. Trees. Rolling hills. Where can you really go wrong? We found ourselves driving around Lake Placid just enjoying the scenery and finding cool places to shoot. Just stop off on the side of the road and have some fun shooting the amazing roads!
I forced myself to wake up before the sunrise one morning while in Jersey City, to catch whatever glow I could find shinning down on Manhattan. As soon as I reached the roof and looked out to the Empire State Building across the Hudson River, I forgot how tired I was. It was a perfect time to shoot and a definite must do again!