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Posts tagged “moody photography

Downtown Denver by Drone (@Dawn)

A gloomy overcast morning helped me create some magical aerial photographs of Downtown Denver. You can’t quite see the mountains (a little disorienting for anyone who has lived here for even a short time) and maybe that helps elevate the moody tone in these black and white cityscapes.

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To see more of my aerial photography, feel free to check out my Denver Drone Photographer website.

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Architectural photographs from Arizona

Elaine and I made a really nice (but much too quick, and a little too hot) trip down to Arizona this summer.  We had a lot of fun checking out some of the architectural gems there – everything from Paolo Soleri’s Arcosanti to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West, Mission San Xavier del Bac and even Biosphere 2.   Here are a few photos I took during our little adventure.

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Rainy drive home = new moody landscape photographs

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Down the rabbit hole: photographs from in the mine

A recent assignment took me down the rabbit hole.  We were about 1/3 mile below the ground in Wyoming and used a modified jeep to travel from the shaft to the various locations in the mine we needed to photograph.