If you’re like so many of us, 2021 represents hope and a fresh start – and while the first week of 2021 has gotten off to a rocky start – we believe there’s still much to look forward to. To that end (or as a way of escaping from reality), we’ve created a large collection of desktop wallpapers – eight sets in total – to brighten up your computer screen over the coming year. We’ve tried to hit on lots of favorites – so whether you love cars or scenery, parks or lighthouses – hopefully there’s just the right calendar set for you.
Above is a composite photo I took recently while out in Destin for a wedding. The aircraft are both old rotary-powered T-6 Texans – there were several out that evening practicing maneuvers and formation flying from the nearby air force base. Together with the amazing sunset silhouetting the aircraft, it made for some great photography conditions. Unfortunately, the planes never quite got in the same frame as the sunset, so I took two photos from roughly the same time and combined them into this one image. Enjoy – and of course, feel free to download as a desktop wallpaper!
Another day – another photo. This weekend we were pretty much jam-packed with shoots, but there was still just enough time to snap some really great little scenes here and there. The photo above is of a Coast Guard Dolphine helicopter and power boat drilling in the St. Johns River near Green Cove Springs – taken during a bit of down time on Friday. Enjoy!
Here’s the latest edition of our infamous photo of the day! This photo was taken a few years ago in Jacksonville, FL, overlooking the lagoon at Huguenot Park. As the sun set, it provided the perfect back lighting for this amazing columnar thunder cloud. Cap that off with the sliver of the moon, and the great colors, and I just couldn’t help but stop and take a few photos. Enjoy!
So, it seems this photo of the day thing is becoming more common…
Above is a photo I snapped while headed back from a commercial shoot is South Florida. Part of the shoot was out in the Everglades, so we decided to take Rt 27 North to Lake Okeechobee. On the way out from the lake, I saw this plane diving down toward the road at an alarming angle. Thankfully, I recognized the body style as a crop duster, so I didn’t have a heart attack, crash, burn and die.
Instead, I pulled over, and started snapping away as the plane did a circling pattern over our heads. Enjoy!