Back in May of 2012, I took this photo from the Train Depot looking in towards the city of Boise.Double exposures of the same subject – cars on Capitol Blvd. Interesting effect and I always have loved this photo. Enjoy! Left-Click the photo to enlarge. Then look for the original size number and click on that number.
Here is another photo that I really like.It was taken at Shoshone Falls. It was raining lightly and this hole in the rock “snuck up on me”. It was a surrealistic view of the Snake River 500 feet below me. This one really looks great enlarged to full size. It has been HDR bracketed.
The weather, light snowfall and the light were just perfect for these three black and white photos. They were taken roughly 16 miles from Boise at about a 4300 foot verticle climb in the Boise Foothills headed for the ski area at Bogus Basin. The first snow of the season and it was early. Enjoy! These photos were taken on November 31, 2014. Left-Click to see these photos enlarged.
There is a combined 120,000 acres burning west and north of Boise. That smoky air does funny things to the sunlight filtering through the smoke. A surrealistic canvas. The “off white” of the Boise Depot, pictured here, that comes out a distorted yellow-orange, creates an entirely different view of the depot compared to the full, clear sun that is usually shinning.
Here are some photos I took this morning while the sun was still somewhat low and a low level of intensity. Do enjoy these and please do make comments. Left-Click any of these to see them in a larger format. Cheers!