Author: Jorge

Jorge
October 4, 2015
Engine 235

It can never be denied that the destruction of the World Trade Center in New York (September 11th, 2001) was a tragedy. Regardless of what anyone thinks in regards to the event itself (and wha...

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Jorge
October 3, 2015
De-Railed

If you have never been to the High Line, make sure you check it out if you ever visit New York City. It is essentially a linear park/walking trail built on an elevated railroad spur along the...

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Jorge
August 24, 2015
Cannonball

I shoot photos of my daughter's soccer team for myself and the other parents because I think action shots of sporting events are far more interesting than the posed photos that the league...

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Jorge
August 3, 2015
Gathering

Bees are industrious creatures that I admire for their beauty and their seeming tirelessness. Photos like this are precisely why I am happy that I created a wild flower garden beneath a huge...

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Jorge
August 2, 2015
Not Quite Harvest

This photo is an improvement over the one I took earlier this year. It's true that this moon is much closer to being full - and while this is great because it is reflecting more light from the...

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Jorge
July 30, 2015
Ascension

Ladybugs (ladybirds for those of you from across the pond) are beautiful to look at and are a natural form of pest control. If there is a bug that makes people smile, it would be this little...

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Jorge
July 28, 2015
Yellow On Yellow

The garden in front of my house attracts all kinds of pollen-gatherers. While my ongoing quest to capture a European Wool Carder on film is still not complete, there are other great...

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Jorge
July 23, 2015
Sunset Paddle

Perhaps not the most stellar photograph - but I do enjoy it. I took this one from East Beach at the Lake of Two Rivers in Algonquin Park. There is something peaceful about paddling in the...

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Jorge
July 19, 2015
Canisbay Silhouette

Astrophotography is definitely not my strong suit. I took a number of photos last year and only one of them really turned out the way I wanted it to. Attaining a crisp image is challenging...

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