“Last year I was walking on a beach in South Carolina early in the morning when I saw this crawling out of the surf so I walked over and…WHOA NOW!!! Do you actually think I would get close enough to something that looked like that and was crawling out of the friggin ocean at sunrise? Not gonna happen!…but seriously this old tree stump looked like something out of a horror flick.” – Ric J
“This photo was taken along the coast of Maine near Pemaquid Point. That particular evening was pretty dreary with the chilly winds and heavy rainfall. I was just about pack it up and head back to my warm cabin when very small patch of clouds parted almost directly above me to reveal the awesome colors of the sunset taking place above the storm clouds. The wet rocks directly in front of me were reflecting those bright colors which only lasted a few minutes but just long enough to get a decent shot. It’s sorta nice when you get one of those “in the right place at the right time” kinda moments!” – Ric J
“Pigeon Forge, TN at about 4am and came across this old mill. It was 40 degrees…clear skies…and not a sole around! Nice!” – Ric J
#MerryChristmas and #HappyHolidays from #RicJPhotography. May your holidays be safe and blessed.
Fall colors in Arkansas…
“I spent five days of last week traveling through Arkansas and in between the fog and the rain every day I found a few photo opportunities. I found this old barn in Boxley Valley.” – Ric J
“This was taken while exploring the back roads of West Texas one evening. It’s amazing what you’ll see when you least expect it.” – Ric J
Pemaquid Point Lighthouse near New Harbor, Maine