Photographed at the old fishing piers of the Texas
Bolivar Peninsula. Taking photographs into the sun is
such a difficult technique to pull off and that's what
makes this shot all the more special.
Some photos are all about opportunity, having your
The only true portrait in this line up and with it's great
composition and breathtakingly crisp clarity I feel it's
more than earned its place.
the back of the spoon, in fact, at first, I thought that
There's no doubting that a great photograph can have a
profound sensory effect and with this clever macro
shot, you can almost hear the music.
Timing is everything. However don't let the pin point
precision fool you, this shot is about so much more, the
composition is perfectly balanced and for a black and
white image, it's beautifully vivid.
As we touched on above great timing can make or
break a photo. This snap is a great example of how
being in the right place at the right time can pay off.
I'm a little bit undecided with this piece but only in
trying to decide whether it's eerily spooky or
beautifully romantic, either way I think you'll agree it's
this world! (Sorry, I couldn't resist!)
Disclaimer: Although this made for a wonderful photo,
I wouldn't advise you to try it for yourself!
I love this capture! I think the way the photographer
has managed to portray a sense that there is a
conversation happening here makes for an absolutely
As with the above image the artist has somehow
succeeded in capturing a moment of interaction
between his subjects.
itself from the pack is firstly in its beautifully subtle
Another lovely example here of the artists shutter
speed control in managing to capture the blur of the
birds shaking head while maintaining the clarity of the
moving water droplets.
Great use of light and shadow in this one,
particularly in how uniformly the shadow
falls across the subjects face.