Monday, April 30, 2012

Postcards From The Caribbean

When was the last time someone sent you a postcard?  You know:  those cards with an image on one side and a space on the other where you use a writing utensil to, um, write a note -- with your hands.  Not with a keyboard, keypad, touchscreen or anything of the sort.  

If you're like most folks in this ultra-digital age, it's probably been quite awhile.  Well, fear not, because I have a whole mess of postcards for you.

Ok, I admit, these aren't true, paper postcards.  But, they're postcards nonetheless.  In the world of photography, we often call images that are good but not great "snapshots" or "postcards".  These are images that are often shot spontaneously without the normal amount of scouting and pre-visualization that goes into "hero images".  They are still good images, but not necessarily the cream of the crop.

Such is the case with the images below.  These are a collection of "postcards" I made throughout last winter from St. Croix in the US Virgin Islands.  I don't consider them quite up to par with the images on my main website, but still nice enough to show you.

Please enjoy.  And send a postcard to someone you love!  They're so much cooler than Facebook updates. ^_^

Coakley Bay Colors 

Sunbathing Iguana

Dog Prints 


Coakley Bay Sunset 

Sunset Through The Palm Fronds 

 Blue Skies, Old Ruins

West End Road Perspective 

Storm Over Buck Island

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