Looking Glass Falls II

In 20mm f2.8, landscape by Robert Lussier2 Comments

  I thought I’d end the week with a happy image. Who doesn’t like a gorgeous waterfall? This is my other shot of Looking Glass Falls in North Carolina. This one, vertical. The other was horizontal. Yup. I can go both ways. Seriously, I could have shot more in this gorgeous spot, but we had …

Bare Trees

In 50mm 1.4, landscape, panorama by Robert Lussier3 Comments

  OK, so this panoramic image doesn’t translate to a narrow web page, but please bare with me. I hiked last Sunday to the top of Looking Glass Rock in the Pigsah Forest, North Carolina with my running buddies (we were in the area last week to run the Black Mountain Marathon). On the hike …

Many Tanks

In 85mm f1.4, urbex by Robert Lussier5 Comments

Well, three tanks, to be exact. This is, I think, the third of four images I have of these tanks I found  near the Wilmington, NC port. Well, technically I didn’t ‘find’ them. They were there all along. They were in the open for all to see. Except for the barbed wire fence around the …

Tanks II

In 85mm f1.4, industrial by Robert Lussier5 Comments

More crusty BW goodness from down south for y’all. (That’s right. I said y’all.) This is the second in the Wilmington, North Carolina, Cape Fear River Port Area, Rusted out Tank series. Long name for a short series. Related Images:

Twisting in the Wind

In 85mm f1.4, landscape by Robert Lussier8 Comments

More black and white goodness from North Carolina for this fine Thursday. This is one of the famous live oak trees at North Carolina’s Fort Fisher recreation area, at the mouth of the Cape Fear River. Fort Fisher was a Confederate Fort built to protect Wilmington. It was attacked by the Union Army on Christmas …