Saturday, June 26, 2021

God Moving in His Majesty and Power

 A few of my recent night sky images. Why do I love to view the heavens? I think these verses in the Doctrine and Covenants express my feelings well...

"The earth rolls upon her wings, and the sun giveth his light by day, and the moon giveth her light by night, and the stars also give their light, as they roll upon their wings in their glory, in the midst of the power of God.
Unto what shall I liken these kingdoms, that ye may understand?
Behold, all these are kingdoms, and any man who hath seen any or the least of these hath seen God moving in his majesty and power." D&C 88:45-47

Monday, May 13, 2019

A Morning in the Tetons

I drove over early to Grand Teton National Park expecting those glorious mountain views and iconic shots. But then it snows the night before, the skies are mostly cloud covered and the Teton peaks are completely socked in. Looking beyond expectations, though, the conditions were perfect to encourage a little photographic creativity, observing, seeing, and enjoying this amazing world we live in. There are always pictures to be taken!

Saturday, May 09, 2015

London Aire

London Aire Low light of evening reflects off of the buildings, new and old on the London skyline. Linda and I are excited to begin missionary service in London in less than two months!

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Seeing in a New Way

It's always fun and invigorating to try something new in photography.  Recently I teamed with a friend of mine, Charles Needle and we made a series of radiographs (xrays) of flowers, plants, and shells. For technical reasons we used a mammogram machine provided by Teton Radiology of Idaho Falls to make the radiographs. Then I decided to use texturing to give the images a more "earthy" and less clinical feel. Here are a few of the results...

Things of the Earth

Never Fear to Stand Alone

Textured Tulips Thanks to Charles Needle for encouraging me to try this fun technique.
You can see more radiograph images here...

Monday, September 08, 2014

Flying High

The Spiral Jetty in northern Utah is seen from an elevated location. A drone offers new and exciting ways to view our world. Amazing technology! You can see more aerial photography here.

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