Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Cemetery

Today’s Gothic installment is of the cemetery nearby to yesterday’s Gothic gates. Perfect pairing, isn’t it? This is from the national cemetery. The symmetry of the rows of historic – and heroic – graves is simply breathtaking. You can purchase prints of this work HERE. (I would love for you to come back to visit, […]

Bee Tree House (of HORROR! Hahaha)

I’m kicking off a week of some of my favorite Gothic(ish)-themed images. I love taking pictures with a Gothic or vaguely creepy tinge to them. I guess it’s a natural offshoot of my love of Film Noir and horror movies and all that. But, invariably, I’ll take a beautiful picture of something and try to […]

The Riverwalk

I love how this picture turned out. The new portion of the riverwalk at Jefferson Barracks National Park is just beautiful. This is the walk bridge that crosses into the new section. This shot combined my love of landscape photography with my love of abstract shapes, texture, and perspective, so it was definitely a win-win […]

The River Barge

Honestly, if you live near a river like the Mississippi, you could take pictures forever and never run out of new things to shoot. There’s something endlessly fascinating about the lives and work that seems to be constantly present on the river. This was taken on another chilly walk with The Hubs. Sometimes, the only […]