Portfolios in the EARTH group contain images from some of the most beautiful areas in the United States. Although most of these images are not abstracts, they represent a close bond with nature and the forces that create the scenes from all the other portfolios.
Scenes from the far less populated coastal areas of California, Oregon, and Washington.
Infrared photography captures a light spectrum we can't see with our own eyes. These images were made with a camera equipped with an infrared chip. The effect on clouds and plant life is dramatic.
Lichens are a special symbiotic combination of fungus and algae. Many of these images were made with a macro lens from less than 12 inches away.
These are scenes from around the state of California, where the pace of life is often slower, and has sometimes given away to decay. There's much to see once you get off the interstate system -- a rich history that's disappearing before our eyes.
Occasionally, Scott wanders the streets of cities looking for images that inspire him. These are a few that represent the essence of the city.
Panoramic Scenes from California, Oregon, and Washington.