It’s not very creative to take a photo of someone else’s art but in person, you realize why this is the Western world’s most famous sculpture. Michelangelo’s David was completed in 1504 and stands almost 20 feet tall. Carved from one single piece of marble. Breathtaking. And no photos were allowed, so I had to […]
Nashville is an incredible city! I’m sharing some of my images from my photography weekend in Music City here: http://buzzclickphotography.com/nashville/ .
Kris and I joined our daughters’ Girl Scout troop on a trip to Savannah, Georgia. Such a beautiful city with rich heritage! I managed to break away from the group to capture a few images along the way. Click here to see the gallery: http://buzzclickphotography.com/sav/ (April 2015)
“There comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but he must take it because conscience tells him it is right.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I created this image of his memorial in Washington DC in July 2011
This iconic landmark was built in tribute to President Abraham Lincoln, who fought to preserve our nation during the Civil War, from 1861-1865. The memorial sits on the National Mall in Washington DC and has been the site of many famous speeches and events since its dedication in 1922… most notably Dr. Martin Luther King, […]
a little early-morning urban exploring in the city that never sleeps… NYC 4-12-14
The Grand Haven Outer Light building (foreground) was built in 1875 and includes the original fog signal marking the entrance to the Grand River on Michigan’s West Coast. The unique v-shaped pierhead protects the building from the fury of waves and storms but this causes ice & snow to build up each winter until the […]
High atop of the great cathedral of Notre Dame, half-man/half-beast Medieval monsters are perched above the city of Paris. Carved out of stone, these creatures have watched over Paris for over 800 years. I created this image in July 2013 after climbing 422 spiraling steps in the claustrophobic bell tower… but the magnificent view was […]