Nature makes the best photo model

Photo Credit: Mike Olness

Nature makes the best photo model

If you thought the landscape never changes, you’d be wrong.


Good landscapes take patience and timing.
Show up at the wrong time of day and your photos change dramatically.

The front port of Bob & Lee's always reminds me how peaceful the Tennessee mountains are Sunset December 19th, 2008 Plaza de Armas, Queretaro Mexico as seen from the balcony of the Governor's Mansion Even in the middle of the Wilderness Challenge, there's time to enjoy the scenery. First shots with my new Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS10 Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS10 Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS10 Granddad's Final Resting Spot Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS10 A Quick Visit to the Marine Corps Memorial During The State of The Union Address 2012 (Work Trip) State of The Union Address 2012 (Work Trip) Sunset is coming and the birds are headed to their nightly roost. As I was standing there watching the birds fly away, a last minute change in direction gave me a great shot. This shot is from my other album named "Fort Monroe Photo Walk" Up by the damn on the resevoir The Rockin CM On the Corpus Christi Bay in 2012 Across the river from New Orleans Sunset in Key West The Livermore Valley is definitely part of Wine Country California Near Lake Del Valle, Livermore Ca Near Lake Del Valle, Livermore Ca Near Lake Del Valle, Livermore Ca More Americana. This time in Star Valley Wyoming. More Americana. This time in Star Valley Wyoming. Star Valley Wyoming Star Valley Wyoming The Corral At The Rockin CM Another stunning sunset on the James River A small stream in Mountain City, Tennessee Americana in Mountain City, Tennessee The algae has almost taken over at Newport News Park The algae has almost taken over at Newport News Park The Blue Ridge Mountains Autumn in the Blue Ridge Along the Blue Ridge Autumn in the Blue Ridge Sunset On The York River Sunset On the James River One of my favorite shots is the result of a wrong turn. I love this picture! Calm waters in Sandy Bottom Nature Park A cloudy scene at Sandy Bottom Nature Park Just before sunset at the Noland Trail (Mariner's Museum). I just missed getting a Blue Heron sitting in the middle of the scene.