It's late and i can't sleep because we're fighting ... again ... not because of us, but because of them. And here i am, lying in bed playing with the first thing you ever gave me. You don't know, you don't know that it gone from being my toy when i think of you and sit smiling mindlessly before me, to being the thing that i play with as tears stream down my face thinking about how much more i can take.
Once upon a time in the blistering Texas heat...happy energized and ready to take on the world..just a girl & her Nikon..a photographer charged all her camera batteries cleaned her lenses formatted her memory cards and for a mere $200 camera in hand and her shiny new diploma from the New York Institute of Photography..set off alone to shoot her very first wedding. It didn't take long that day to realize that although she had mastered the technical aspects of her camera she had absolutely no…
Cutler Anderson’s Farmhouse in eastern Pennsylvania has just received a prestigious 2017 AIA Housing Award. David Sundberg photographed the project for the architects. Large moveable shutters are an important design feature and cool the house in the summer. There is ground source radiant heat with a wood-fired furnace for the cooler seasons. As with other Cutler Anderson work, the house sits lightly on the site, with minimum interruption of the natural features even during construction.
Porth Nanven, Cornwall I do have a soft spot for this place, just to the west of St Just’s in Cornwall. This is one image of a sequence that I shot where everything kind of fell in to place. The sky wasn’t interesting; then it was…I was way too close, but didn’t get wet or end up with salt spray every where… I got the right shutter speed , in the heat of the moment, to catch the filiments of salt water…the list goes on! For more check out my website at david Bridgwater photography Came