This month's (late to the party) wallpaper is a shot from a recent trip to Savannah—well, technically it was last year.Read More
And we'll close out the year with shot from last month. Right here in North Carolina, just down the road from Elk Knob State Park and down by Bridal Cove there's the remains of homestead. And by remains, it's really just three chimneys at this point. This is one of them. In the summer the foliage is so thick you can't really make out much of anything. But come winter, after the leaves fall, it gets more interesting.
Click on the image above to get yourself a high resolution copy for your desktop. Enjoy.
Lincoln bound this month for the SCCA Pro Finale and National Championship. So, in honor of that, this month's wallpaper is automotive inspired.Read More
Heading out west for this one. Yellowstone to be precise. This whole set makes me jones for the car, the camera and several tanks of gas. Or maybe it's just August.Read More
Can't believe I just wrote "2012." And with this post, it looks like the wallpapers will continue for another year. What to start a year with?Read More
It's so easy to fall down the well of "need great gear to make great pictures." It's complicated. But taking pictures shouldn't be.Read More
Sorry for the delay, but I hope it was worth the wait. I was hard at work up north getting this shot for you.Read More
Got back late last night from Lincoln Spring Nationals. In honor of being in a car for almost 24 hours coming back I present this road shot from WyomingRead More
I called this shot "Prayer Tree" and I hope to go back one day to tie one myself.Read More
Last year about this time of year I was in New Orleans and Biloxi. Shot this during one evening in a cemetery right off Beach Boulevard in Biloxi. Maybe it's because I'm writing this on Halloween that I got drawn to a cemetery set for this month's wallpaper. Or maybe it's because I'm heading back that direction later this month—a bit more east though for Tupelo and Memphis. Either way, enjoy.