Josh’s World Photograph of the Week: Eiffel Tower’s Gazing Eye

I was dazzled as I watched the “Eye” of Paris’ Eiffel Tower swing 360 degrees around the horizon of France’s City of Lights. I couldn’t help but chuckle as I compared this scene with the tower in The Lord of the Rings. Yes, I usually have strange thoughts like this continually flow through my mind! [Read More…]

Josh’s World Photograph of the Week: Martha’s Vineyard Lighthouse

Each year I travel to Martha’s Vineyard for a week, and always visit Gayhead Lighthouse (or Aquinnah lighthouse) because of the colorful sweeping ocean panoramas. This particular photograph was taken on an especially colorful night. I remember climbing over an observation fence, and descending a steep hill to my “nest” where I could capture a [Read More…]

Josh’s World Photograph of the Week: Lofoten’s Turquoise Water

I was quite shocked to see turquoise blue water in such a far north climate as the Lofoten Islands of Norway. Just after composing and taking this photograph, my wife and I stretched out on the large rocks as the warm sun cut through the cool summer breezes.  If you’d love to see this photograph [Read More…]

Josh’s World Photograph of the Week: Stars and Stripes

As I walked along the historical and narrow streets of a coastal North Carolina town, a stunningly colorful American Flag flew just over my head. I decided to photograph the texture of the flag to lead the eye throughout the photograph. I paused to feel gratitude for the freedom I have here in the United [Read More…]

Josh’s World Photograph of the Week: Angkor Wat Monks

This was one of my more enjoyable photographs to take. I couldn’t believe all these fascinating young monks were walking in front of the world-famous Angkor Wat temple right at sunset. Some of them appeared shy, but some of them seemed to enjoy the attention.  If you’d love to see this photograph on your wall [Read More…]

Josh’s World Photograph of the Week: Tuscan Rooftop Sunset Silhouette

This sunset silhouette of Tuscan rooftops was taken from my balcony in Siena, Italy in the heart of Tuscany. Just as I was taking this evening photograph, the majestic church bells rang right in front of me. It was a very magical travel moment.  If you’d love to see this photograph on your wall (or [Read More…]

Josh’s World Photograph of the Week: Scottish Highland “Coo”

Having lived in the Scottish highlands I regularly had my dose of laughter every time I’d drive past a cattle farm. The Scottish people call them “Highland Coos”, Scottish for “Highland Cattle”. I really couldn’t tell if this big boy was staring me down or asleep. Either way, it was a fun photograph to take! [Read More…]

Josh’s World Photograph of the Week: Outer Banks Sunset

Driving along the narrow Outer Banks island I saw the sun begin to set. I knew how perfect the docks silhouette against the North Carolina sunsets, so I quickly waded into the water with my tripod and snapped off a bunch of variations of this images with my medium format film camera. If you’d love [Read More…]

Josh’s World Photograph of the Week: Venice Canal

I’ll be honest; I was completely lost in Venice when I took this black & white photograph. But I sure am glad that I stumbled upon this lovely scene. The image was shot with medium format black & white film, and looks amazing as a big print or canvas! If you’d love to see this [Read More…]

Josh’s World Photograph of the Week: Hong Kong at Night

This night cityscape of Hong Kong’s skyscrapers was taken while on a stroll with my good friend Wade Brackenbury, and his wife LG. I was shocked by the mysterious illumination effect that the tallest skyscraper had on the clouds (International Financial Center). If you’d love to see this photograph (or other of my photographs) on [Read More…]

Josh’s World Photograph of the Week: Norway Waterfall

  I saw this incredible seen as I drove up a winding mountain road in the middle of Norway. I pulled off the shoulder as best I could, and spent nearly an hour photographing this clear mountain waterfall. I just couldn’t believe I was fortunate enough to witness such a beautiful scene! If you’d love [Read More…]

Josh’s World Photograph of the Week: Bangkok Monks

  I walked into one of the many Buddhist temples in Bangkok, Thailand and was excited to see this colorful worship display. I quickly set up my tripod and set my medium format film camera to perform a long exposure, so I could capture the worshipful movement. If you’d love to see this photograph on [Read More…]

Josh’s World Photograph of the Week: Florence, Italy

  I took this photograph one cold winter evening in Florence, Italy. My wife and I walked along the river and stopped along a bridge to find this perfect view of the Ponte Vecchio bridge at sunset. If you’d love to see this photograph on your wall, purchase a canvas or framed print here:

Josh’s World Photograph of the Week: Eiffel Tower

I get excited whenever I see this photograph, because it reminds me of my magical trip to Paris. I photographed this interesting night scene in winter, when tourists were scarce. A few minutes later we hopped right into the elevator (no lines) and ascended to see a perfect night view of Paris, the city of [Read More…]

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