At the Waters Edge Gallery
The movement of water as it interacts and collides with the land...the magic of light, as it reflects off the water, creating masterpieces, if only for a fleeting moment. The interaction of humans and their connection with water. David has long been fascinated by the ever changing look at the water’s edge...from ocean shoreline, to inland lakes,to mountain streams. This collection explores this fascination.
This collection includes many types of photography and subject matter. It’s always possible that a new collection may be started based on one of these images. David prefers to categorize his images into collections for it allows him to explore the subject matter fully.
Tropical Impressions Gallery
This collection explores the colors and compositions of the magical tropical world...from windswept palm fringed beaches to the colorful tropical architecture and fauna. The image locations vary from South Florida ( Naples, to Miami to the Keys) to various Caribbean islands and Bermuda
Seascapes and Cloudscapes Gallery
David’s collection of Earth’s Horizons studies the visual relationship between Earth and sky. The line that separates the two is known as the Visible Horizon. The changing colors and textures of both the earth and sky create endless opportunities for striking images.
Days Gone By Gallery
In this collection David captures the images from a by gone era. From classic autos, to sign relics, the images are meant to evoke a sense of history, nostalgia and timelessness. David’s choice of Black & White images, with it’s long history in the arts, further conveys this message and adds to emphasize the timeless nature of Days gone by.
Coast of Maine Gallery
The rocky, windswept coast of Maine is considered by many to be New England’s crown jewel. The opportunities for dramatic images seem endless...from dramatic open ocean vistas, to quaint fishing villages, to rocky scenic inlets, and what seems to be endless lighthouses. David’s collection encompasses images from the southern towns of Kittery and Ogunquit, to the northern seaside village of Bar Harbor on Mt. Desert Island.