Picture of the Week is back with a doozy! Click through because you love Pictures of the Week.
This week’s picture of the week is about pretty much the only Prada store I’ve ever been excited about visiting, click through because you want to find out why!
Desktop and mobile wallpapers. Of planes. In 4K resolution. Click through because you love planes and wallpapers.
Planes for picture of the week? You bet. Click through because planes.
Normally me posting a picture of the week would be enough reason to click, but click this week because it’s really really good.
You’ve probably seen it on Twitter by now. I captured an epic aurora shot from the window of my American Airlines flight two nights ago. Here’s how I did it. Click through because you like doing things.
Tesla. Model 3. Click through because you love very fast cars.
Antelope Canyon. The last weekend before tripods go away forever there. Click through because you love tripods.
B-52, F-22, F-35…and an American 777? Come check out epic pics of military and civilian jets during one heck of a sunrise before the annual SkyBall fundraiser at DFW, click through because you love meaningful fundraisers!
The best use for an In-N-Out, bar none. Click because you either love or hate In-N-Out!
You like A&M images? No? You like football? No? You like it when people who overspend on photography gear, like me, are forced to use their smartphones for Picture of the Week images? Ok, I know I got you on one of those, click through to see the awesome images!
Aerial planespotting is better than ground planespotting. Click through because there are ten pictures which show you why I feel that way.
Yes, there’s still more coverage of the American Airlines MD-80. Click through because you love MD-80 content!
Aw yeah Picture of the Week is back this week with an Instagram-famous tree tunnel. Click through because you love Instagram-famous spots!
I've had a super busy week in Oregon at the Sony Kando Trip (basically photography camp for Sony camera enthusiasts) and am now writing this in the shadows of Yosemite National Park, after an enormous and ridiculous amount of driving. I have lots more to share from...
I've been absolutely in love with my Fuji GFX100 since I bought it almost a month ago. It's extreme, absurd, too much, and a bit ridiculous, but that all seems to go away whenever I see the images from it. Which brings us to just now. I was sitting there saying to...
Yep, fireworks. Click through because you love fireworks!
I’m in Maui and this was an epic sunset. Click through because you love Maui and epic sunsets!
I didn’t do a picture of the week last week because I hadn’t taken any pictures of note in the past week. This week I have. Click through because you love pictures of note!
Fine fine, you win. I’ll post the Stockholm metro pictures as pictures of the week again!
Yep, another picture of Dallas! Click through because you love Dallas, and if you do not love Dallas click through because you like pictures!
I love Texas and I love airplanes so this was a worthy Picture of the Week!
It’s Spring. It’s time for bluebonnet pictures.
Yep, I’m in Georgia. No, not that Georgia. The country of Georgia. And I’m bringing you a great shot from one of the most epic spots in the country.
It’s time for another Picture of the Week. Consider this one a sneak peek of an incredible set of pictures I hope to be able to share more of soon!
I was on-site and ready to capture the first commercial departure from DFW’s newly renovated and reopened runway, then had to throw all my plans out the window at the last minute when the plane took off sooner than expected. Come read about the crazy world of airport runway photography and see if I managed to get the shot!
You love panoramas at airports, I know you do. You’ll definitely want to see this one, click because you love airport panoramas!
It’s not Manhattanhenge or Chicagohenge but it’s very proudly Dallashenge! Click through to see the pic because you love the various “henges” everyone goes nuts about on social media
Dallas has a unique sculpture called the Traveling Man. It also had one of the best sunsets I’ve ever seen on Wednesday. I combined the two into one picture and it’s an all-timer, click through because you love great pictures!
Oh, you want a big picture of an airplane engine? Got one ready for you!