Fine Art Photographs of Hurricane Dorian’s Glancing Impact on Florida’s First Coast
I don’t have to tell you, Hurricanes are a fierce force of nature – and Hurricane Dorian has proven to be one of the fiercest Atlantic storms since records began. The utter destruction and climbing death toll left in the wake of the storm’s lingering 185mph sustained winds over the Bahamas is just starting to be known, and our heart goes out to those on the islands, and the countless families awaiting news about their loved ones. Yet despite all of the horror, there is even in such darkness a beauty in the storm – an eerie, sober sort of melancholy beauty – but beauty all the same.
Last night’s sunset over Downtown Jacksonville was a providential surprise that made for an awesome photography opportunity – one I could not pass up! Yesterday evening, we were scheduled to photograph a building in downtown Jacksonville, but due to an administrative issue at the facility, I found myself in Downtown Jacksonville with nothing to shoot. But after looking to the sky, I knew what I had to do! Paper-thin cirrus clouds were sweeping through the area as the sun began to set, and that almost always means a stunning sunset. So, I headed down to the Southbank and we setup shop for a few hours as afternoon gave way to sunset and then to night. The display was truly spectacular!
In addition to our normal photos, we shot several ultra-high-resolution panoramas, like the one above. As always, please feel free to download as many photos as you like – they are full HD images, 1080P, and perfect for your computer, tablet or television – and if you enjoy our photos, please follow us – and for extra bonus points, share this blog with your friends to help us get the word out! Be sure to check out a slideshow of images from this shoot below. Continue reading →
Several weeks ago (yes, I am that much behind with our fine art posts) I had the opportunity to shoot around Downtown Jacksonville during a notably beautiful evening. Above is my favorite shot from the evening – the garishly-lit center of the fountain shooting a burst of water 70 feet in the air. Below are some of my other favorites – feel free to download any of the photos for your desktop wallpaper!