When photographing in the middle of the day, in harsh light, I look for colors, textures, and shadows.
There is a big, new, Guam-themed light display at Skinner Plaza this year. I gather this is supposed to be a flame tree?
I noticed these mushrooms popping up all over the soccer field this afternoon. They seem to thrive in this rainy weather.
I like this combination; we have bold colors and fonts, weathering, rust, and little hand written graffiti.
I've been experimenting with closeup, detail, and abstract shots lately. Tonight this barbed wire looked interesting to me.
You travel around the world, collect a few treasures, and years later find your kids storing pencils in them.
It was a calm night; very few clouds. As I was out enjoying the breeze, the moon caught my eye.
I enjoyed the sunshine in the breezeway as I waited for my wife to pick me up from work this afternoon.
Whenever I go to the beach I take pictures of things I find on the sand. This shell caught my eye immediately.
I spend a lot of my life in headphones. These are not the most expensive, but I can wear them comfortably for hours.
I was at the beach for another epic sunset, but also found this shell emerging from the sand.
It was a beautiful day on Guam. The kind of day that reminds a person how thankful they should be to live here.