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There is a unique challenge in trying to capture—in only a moment—the beauty and elegance of landscapes that have taken millions of years to form or else exist only for a few seconds before disappearing.

Or making someone notice an archway that never would have held their attention; a view of a familiar bridge they didn't know existed.

Land and cityscapes may seem static and simple to shoot, but I find the challenge of conveying the sense of actually being in that place (or seeing that moment) addictive. It doesn't hurt that I get to experience it myself, so even if I fail as a photographer, I still win. 

I hope you enjoy the subjects of these shots, both natural and man-made. Many are places that are deeply meaningful to me for a multitude of reasons, and I hope I've done them justice.

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