My current landscape work is viewable in full by clicking on the categories at right. The stuff here (below) is a blog-like presentation of what I am working on and thinking about lately.
The “Archive” section at right is in progress and not everything in every group is viewable. The big body of work called “Gunshot Wound Etc.” has not yet made an appearance here at all. There are also some minor groups of work that will show up eventually.
Here is a studio view of an internet-sourced composited landscape showing the Oxbow on the Connecticut River in Northampton, MA. "View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, after a Thunderstorm (The Oxbow)" was painted by Thomas Cole in 1836.
Here is a studio view of an internet-sourced-composited landscape, a volcano in the Andes in Ecuador. Cotopaxi was painted by Frederic Church at least three times, in 1855, 1857, and 1862.
I often shoot skies separately from the ground because then I can tailor the exposures properly. This picture, "Sky", was originally intended to be the 5th part of a larger piece which I never completed. This part is just shows the way the GigaPan stitching software worked in this instance. I haven't done anything to the picture except lighten up the bottom a little.