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Thursday, February 14, 2008

The Water Works

Nassau, Bahamas
Water Gardens in Fort Worth, TX
Adams Canyon in Utah
Adams Canyon in Utah
Perception Park in Utah
Adams Canyon in Utah
Multnomah Falls, OR

These shots are my favorites that have the element of water in them; natural and man made.  I especially like this one above of Multnomah Falls in Oregon.  Most people have seen these falls shot straight on, but I like seeing it from this different angle as well.

6 comments:

Tyson & Jenny said...

Wow Bryan! I am REALLY impressed. You are a very talented photographer. I think it could be more than just a hobby.
-Jenny Ü

Damitz Family said...

I really love all the gorgeous pictures you've taken and I often tell people that we're spoiled to have you and Rachel in the family with so much talent!!

But, I must quickly rebuke you for not telling me you had a blog! What's up with that? LOL. I love it!

GA Howes said...

Hey Bryan, These pictures are awesome (in the true sense of the word). They are inspiring and full of life. THe colors are vivid and the eye is just drawn to scan the picture and see the hidden qualities within. Like a moment in time that is frozen forever. I think that you could and should put a book together and publish it. Yes, the pictures really are that good!!

MerryPair said...

I never knew you had a talent for photography. Bravo! My favorite one is the one of you (and you and you and you) at the top. Very creative!
Don't give it up, eh?

2P and Super B said...

I am loving the pictures Bryan! I think they are wonderful. Keep it up!

QMCapson said...

I love the first Adams canyon picture! It is amazing. I want them all for my house!