Another image from the collection. Feedback, constructive criticism, and comments greatly appreciated. Only a couple more and the set will be complete. Thanks so much to all my followers, visitors, and collegues for all your support and assistance as I try and grow in this challenging profession!
Location: Loris, SC
Equipment used: Nikon D700, Nikkor 70-200mm 2.8 lens, soft silver reflector.
I wanted to thank all of you for your wonderful comments, likes, and visits to my blog, it is so VERY much appreciated! Also, I have been asked by several of you to make it easier to get to my collection of Fall Colors and Gatlinburg, TN images. So, I have FINALLY created a Great Smoky Mountains gallery on my website. Click on this image will take you there to see this image in full screen and in HIGHRES.
You can simply click here( or copy and paste it into your browser): http://www.stanshillingburg.com/Photography/Great-Smoky-Mountains/25359498_sQv62Q#!i=1730722682&k=P2rxnjr
and be taken right in to the gallery where you can look at each image in thumbnail, small size through highres, or click on Slideshow and watch a full screen high res slide show of the entire gallery. As I finish up edits and add more images of those amazing colors, I will keep them update in this gallery. Thank you all so much for all your support! I will be out all weekend photographing the coast of SC and a few old fishing docks, so everyone stay safe, see ya next week here in the blogoshpere! Remember…use my discount code of PROMO2012 to get a 10 percent discount (for all my WordPress friends!)
As always, my images are copyright protected and available to you as wall art prints, wraps, and other merchadise. More info available on my “About” page. You can click on any of my images to see them in HIGH RES. Thanks for visiting! (note: if you click on the image to view it in HIGHRES, you only need to click the back button on your browser to return to this page).
Just taking a walk down memory lane…
Travelling along Route 66 in Texas, I found this old restored fuel station, today as I ramble through some of my images I began reflecting. Things are not and never will be what they used to be “back in the good ole days”, so making the most of the present is really beginning to bloom in my life.
I hope you all enjoy the image!
Location: Route 66, Texas, USA
Equipment used: Nikon D300, Nikkor 18-200 VR lens
As always, my images are copyright protected and available to you as wall art prints, wraps, and other merchadise. More info available on my “About” page. You can click on any of my images to see them in HIGH RES. Thanks for visiting!
Another addition to the monochrome gallery!
Always available for your viewing pleasure! And, you can own one of your own as a fine art print, gallery wrap, or any number of other artistic additions to you home or office.
Hello my fellow bloggers and visitors! Just wanted you all to know I will be out in South Carolina this weekend for some “photo-therapy”, gotta GET OUT THERE and photograph the world around us. I wanted to sign off for the weekend with this image of an old truck in Gatlinburg, TN, USA. This truck can be seen on the Roaring Fork Motor Trail in Gatlinburg.
I also wanted to send out a HUGE thank you to everyone who has “liked” my blog pages and have elected to “follow me” along my photographic journey into my second career. Thank you all! Please click on any of the images to visit my gallery and website where you can share the love as well. All of the images in my blog and websites are copyrighted, and they are available for your purchase if you so desire (again, greatly appreciated!), they are available in prints, wrpas, or merchandise such as puzzles, cards, key chains and more. Please visit my About page for more info. And as always, they remain free for your veiwing pleasure and sharing! Please keep up the likes and follows, and be sure to send comments (I truly love to hear from you and what emotions, memories, and ideas my images bring to you!)
Best wishes for a safe and happy weekend!
Equipment used for this shot: Nikon D700, Nikkor 24-70 2.8 lens, Induro CT213 Tripod, and an Induro BHD2 ballhead.