Popular Landscapes posts on PhotoBlog.com

I’m drawn to photos cropped to a square format. As I photograph mostly landscapes these days this isn’t always an option, but occasionally it seems to work.…

Last week it was freezing and snowing, ice all around. This weekend it is sunny and even a bit warm. The temperature is about 20 to 25°C higher than last week.…

There are so many angles, views and moments of activity, I have grown to love being in the refuge. With the pandemic, my normal habit of being in the city,…

If you venture onto Dartmoor in Devon you will not be able to miss the iconic Dartmoor Ponies. The ponies are very hardy and actually thrive on Dartmoor…

Since being grounded and social distancing are so very necessary, my salvation is walking along the river when it is early. The change in my daily life has…

We have spent months staying at home. Our days out have been a few day trips and avoiding crowds. We finally took a drive to the Central Coast of California,…

Our New Year’s day was devoted to a drive and walk through a wonderful wildlife preserve. We dedicated our day to starting the new year with some beauty. We…

Found some beauty. Found some new sounds and found some peace!! Many of us can find something to help put a hopeful spin on our lives. I am grateful to be…

This is one of the everyday miracles of nature that continue to inspire me. I spotted this tree at a day when I very much needed the inspiration to go on. A few…

Photographing the moon and astral photography is a skill I have yet to develop. While waiting for the Trick or Treaters that never came, I stepped out on my…

Not too far from me is a nature preserve with a small forest I find a little bit creepy. It could be the lonely pioneer cemetery, home to just a few graves, but…

Rivington is a small Lancashire village. In 1902 Lord Leverhulme, who rose from relatively humble beginnings to become the co-founder of Sunlight soap, bought…
Loading...
Up
Copyright @Photoblog.com