Lower Longboat

Rick Bridges, HDR, Landscape, Sarasota 0 Comments

Thousands of little fish, I’m not sure what they’re called, swim close to the surface and the birds along the waterways are more than happy to scoop them up. This is the southern tip of Longboat Key near Sarasota Florida. Late afternoon is a great time to be close to the water as you’ll always see something interesting and unexpected. The day I took this I saw a six or seven foot shark about a hundred feet off shore (in an area not too close to the beaches). As I said, interesting and unexpected.
Lower Longboat
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Van Wezel Patio

Rick HDR, Sarasota 0 Comments

This is the patio of the Van Wezel Performing Arts center in Sarasota, Florida. The architecture and purple color of the building are unique in the area and stand out from a distance. I took this at sunset and was more drawn to the reflection of the sunset than the real thing itself. I’m always excited in a geeky kinda way, when I find something unique close to home, and the Van Wezel is a pleasure to look at from any angle, near or far.
Van Wezel Patio
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Magic Dusk

Rick Florida, HDR, Landscape 0 Comments

Minutes after a sunset are sometimes the best to enjoy; the light of dusk on an ocean shore on a warm day is simply exquisite. I think that if I didn’t have a real job, I might just spend every evening by the beach capturing sunsets at dusk. But for now, the occasional picture is enough to keep me happy. Happy Friday everyone and I hope this brings a touch of that magic to your day.
Magic Dusk
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Cool Patio

Rick HDR, Landscape 0 Comments

This is an empty patio during sunset on Grouse Mountain in North Vancouver. Now that we’re headed into summer, I suspect this patio is busy in the evenings and a perfect spot to watch the sun go down over the Canadian peaks and into the Pacific. I had so much fun taking this that whenever I’m in Vancouver I look up to this point from the city below and wonder what the scene must look like. I guess I need to head back up there soon.
Cool Patio
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Nakomis Moonrise

Rick Florida, Landscape, Night Photography 0 Comments

I had just finished shooting the sunset here in Nakomis Florida and was packing up to head home. Fortunate for me I had my wife along who pointed out the moon shining from the opposite direction. Some days I just don’t know when to quit, but I suppose that’s not such a bad thing, at least as it pertains to photography.
Nakomis Moonrise
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Wave

Rick Architecture, B&W, Vancouver 0 Comments

This sits along the Seaside Bicycle Route next to David Lam park in Vancouver. The wavy architecture caught my eye. And if you look at this building from the air using Google Maps you notice that much of the roof is grass. That’s a theme in Vancouver, grass on roofs. In any case, just one of hundreds of interesting buildings in this city on the Pacific.
This sits along the Seaside Bicycle Route next to David Lam park in Vancouver. The wavy architecture caught my eye. And if you look at this building from the air using Google Maps you notice that much of the roof is grass. That's a theme in Vancouver, grass on roofs. In any case, just one of hundreds of interesting buildings in this city on the Pacific.
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