Living in a warmer climate, I have to travel to experience the wonders of snow and ice. I photographed theses ice chips (and one big chip from a glacier) off the shores of the South Orkney Islands in the Southern Ocean during an excursion in a small inflatable boat.
I used the Rule of Thirds to compose this shot of the Space Needle in Seattle, Washington. It worked perfectly, putting a gridline right down the center of the needle! Click here to learn more about the Weekly Photo Challenge.
This image has been through a lot — being shot on film, surviving a ride through an airport x-ray machine, and ultimately passing through a digital scan. But, I occasionally like to try to revitalize an old photo. We cruised through Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands on this charming vessel. I recently learned this beautiful motorized sailing ship has new owners and is now based in the Caribbean (see references in Comments section below.) This is my submission to this week’s Monochrome Madness Challenge hosted by Leanne Cole and Laura Macky.