Monthly Archives: June 2011
Gorgeous blue irises grow right on the water’s edge while the blue sky and green forest reflect on this pond at Hagan Stone Park.
Downtown Greensboro shot from various locations during early morning and late afternoon hours. Standing out among all three images is the 233 ft Jefferson Pilot Building built in 1923.
Having just completed our ABC project… This Digital Imaging assignment has us chasing down 2 unique alphabets – one found in objects and shapes that occur in the natural environment; the other found in signage such as posters, billboards, signs, … Continue reading
While I frequently take walks through Greensboro’s Bicentennial Park , this was the first time I attended this annual event and after doing so, I don’t know why it took so long. Amazingly colorful, lively and fun; musicians, artists, vendors … Continue reading
While shooting for our first “action sport” class lab at the Lindley Park basketball court in Greensboro, I kept returning to this guy. Even though I wasn’t able to capture the ball leaving his hands, you gotta just love him. … Continue reading