Tag Archives: Landscape Photography

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Spring Snow in the Smokies

  I just returned from our Spring Smokies Tour. We always hope for certain conditions for our clients, but this year we received a special surprise. It snowed at the higher elevations! In anticipation of […]

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The Palouse in Color

In my last Blog I focused on the use of an Infrared Converted Camera and how the Palouse is perfect for Infrared photography. In this blog I want to share a few of my color […]

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The Ever Changing, The Ever Constant Palouse

  We just finished up what has become our bi-annual tour of the Palouse. For those who don’t know the Palouse it is the largest wheat growing region in the country. But we love the […]

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Iceland Part II

We just returned from our second tour to Iceland this winter.  Our first tour was in December and our second was about a month later in January.   In this case what a difference a […]

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Iceland Bound

  The blog has been a little quieter than we would like, so an update is overdue. We finished another fantastic year making images and leading photography tours with a week in Iceland being our […]

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We Love Cape May

We Love Cape May Each year since we started this adventure called Road Runner Photography Tours we have held a Cape May Tour. But truth be told, Cape May was a favorite of ours long […]

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Solitude

When I started thinking about this blog, I was going to title it “How’s Your Friday Night?”. The only reason for that question is that I see others post pictures on social media asking such […]

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The Return of Mother Nature

This past weekend while my partner Denise was busy leading a Meetup in Assateague,  I decided to drive out to Shenandoah National Park.  My first plan was to spend the cloudy afternoon shooting waterfalls, but […]

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Too Much of a Good Thing

As I write this blog people in the mid-Atlantic states are digging out of a historic snowstorm. This time the predictions were amazingly accurate with almost a week’s warning prior to this historic storm. At […]

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Smokies Wrap-up

A couple of weeks ago we wrapped up our Fall Foliage Tour in the Smokies. Temperatures were great during the day and cool evenings produced some fantastic fog. Overall fall color was a little late […]

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