I love the thousands of acres of rows and rows of poplar trees along the Columbia Gorge in Oregon. If you line up just right you can see down a row forever but if you move just a bit they all hide each other and you can’t see far at all.
About The Author
The strangest thing about creating photographs is the person capturing the photo, in that fraction on a second, never actually saw what he captured because the mirror flips up to expose the film or sensor. It's a frozen moment in time that no one saw. Sometimes it's difficult deciding whether to capture the photo and not see the magic happening, or risk it and capture something that literally, has never been seen. I do it to share with the world.