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Lembert Dome

This photo of Lembert Dome, near Tuolomne Meadows in Yosemite Park, is truly an artifact of digital technology. Without the ability to render the foreground at a lighter exposure than the dome or sky in the digital darkroom, you’d never see the meadow or deer.

Posted in High Sierra, Landscape, Photography, Yosemite

Half Dome Follow-Up

The San Francisco Chronicle ran a front page story today, Danger on the Dome about the dangerous hike up Half Dome in Yosemite.

You can read a partial account of my recent hike up Half Dome and thoughts about the matter in my blog story Snakes and Ladders. Another post, Star Vortex, includes additional links to all my recent stories about Half Dome.

There are various conflicting values at play here. It’s sad to find people putting themselves in harm’s way because they don’t understand wilderness travel and risks. But the wilderness is supposed to be a bastion of freedom, and I’m opposed to unnecessary restrictions.

All that said, I don’t see why anyone would want to subject themselves to the zoo on the cables on a weekend. It’s not what I consider a wilderness experience (and the crowding adds greatly to the danger). My hike shows that with a little creative trip planning it is perfectly possible to visit Half Dome safely, avoiding the crowds.

Here’s the moon shadow cast by Half Dome from its summit:

Moon Shadow of Half Dome

Posted in Photography, Yosemite

Yosemite Valley from Half Dome

This is a 9 1/2 minute exposure taken from the top of Half Dome a little after midnight in mid-June. The camera was pointing west towards Yosemite Valley. You can see the moon setting, along with the time-exposure trails of stars.

It amazes me, as you can see from this photo, that so many lights are on in Yosemite Valley at midnight. I’m also surprised at the ambient light cast by the valley tents and hotels up the rocks walls that line the valley. I also would not have expected to clearly see the night lights of the cities of the California valley, like Merced, from Half Dome.

I’m surprised at the vibrant red of lichen on the rock fin that is part of Half Dome. This color is far brighter by moon-and-star light than in daylight.

As the night deepened and got colder, the air got clearer and the stars like diamonds towards the wilderness in the High Sierra. Back towards civilization (as in this photo) there were more lights. Perhaps it is not surprising that Yosemite Valley is in the direction of civilization.

For more of the story of how and why I made this image, see Moon Shadow of Half Dome, Snakes and Ladders, Half Dome by Starlight, and Midnight Rambles.

Posted in Digital Night, Landscape, Photography, Yosemite

Moon Shadow of Half Dome

I took this photograph during my vigil on the top of Half Dome at about 11:20PM. It’s a 569 second exposure at f/4 and ISO 100. The view is facing pretty much due east. You can see the recognizable profile of Half Dome in the moon shadow in the foreground of the photo.

For more of the story behind this image, see Snakes and Ladders, Half Dome by Starlight, and Midnight Rambles.

Posted in Digital Night, Landscape, Photography

Half Dome by Starlight

Last week I went to Yosemite. As my kids might say, this was an “opposites day” venture: my plan was to photograph at night and sleep during the day.

More or less, my plan worked out with an unexpected fringe benefit: even at the height of the summer season I didn’t see too many people.

My most important goal: to photograph the night time vista from the top of Half Dome.

My trip was carefully planned to coincide with the summer solstice to give me the most daylight possible to get into position. Of course, the downside to the long days was that I needed to stay up late to make it into true night.

A typical wilderness hike for me involves a trail and a route, but no set-in-stone destination at any particular time. This trip was different, more like a targeted insertion. I had to plan very carefully to be a certain places (some harder to get to than others) at specific times.

On Monday afternoon I got to Yosemite Valley. I picked up a pizza to go and headed up the Glacier Point road. Sunset saw me at the fissures hard by Taft Point. These fissues are narrow cracks that fall straight down into the valley.

In the gathering dark I hiked back to my car and headed for Glacier Point. Down below, the lights from Curry Village, the Ahwanee, and campgrounds looked like either a shanty town, or a not-so-small civilization. Camera on tripod I pointed at Half Dome, lit by stars and ambient light. I exposed the image above at about 10:30PM at 2.5 minutes, ISO 640, and f/4. An hour later I exposed the image below for 15.5 minutes at ISO 100 and f/7.1.

You can see the impact of the differing shutter speeds in the rendition of the stars. At 2.5 minutes, they still seem to be points of light. At 15 minutes, the stars are curved paths of light in the sky.

From my dark perch on Glacier Point I looked across at Half Dome, knowing that if all went according to plan the next night would find me photographing from the top.

Half Dome by Starlight 2

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Related story: Midnight Rambles.

Posted in Digital Night, Landscape, Photography, Yosemite

Sunset from Sentinal Dome

Happy but foot weary I came down the trail from Vernal and Nevada Falls, determined if it was before 3PM (I didn’t have a watch with me) to stick to Plan A. Plan A being to get on the shuttle bus, find my car, and drive up and around to the country near Glacier Point.

At an elevation of 7,000 or more, this country would stay bright (and photographable) much later than the Valley.

Once I got up there, I decided to hike up to Sentinal Dome, which is about a mile from the road and has a view extending west to the great California valley and east to the Sierra Crest.

This view of Yosemite Valley sinking into sunset and shadows is from the summit of the dome, as are these photos of rocks and blasted trees:

Blasted Tree, Sentinal Dome

Rocks, Sentinal Dome

Posted in Landscape, Photography, Road Trip, Yosemite

Better Red

Red Anemone © Harold Davis

Red Anemone © Harold Davis

Red Pitcher © Harold Davis

Red Pitcher © Harold Davis

Red Tulip, Giverny © Harold Davis

Red Tulip, Giverny © Harold Davis

Red Dragon Sunset © Harold Davis

Red Planet © Harold Davis

Poppies © Harold Davis

Poppies © Harold Davis

Red Tulips © Harold Davis

Red Tulips © Harold Davis

Red Tail Hawk © Harold Davis

Kiss from a Rose © Harold Davis

Sunset from Lembert Dome © Harold Davis

Pacific Sunset © Harold Davis

Posted in Photography

Special Pandemic Print Pricing

I have been asked a number of times about special print pricing during the pandemic, and have already made prints available on reduced terms to several collectors. I am particularly happy when one of my prints goes to another artist, or to someone who loves photography.

We’ve decided to generally extend a pandemic print-pricing offer. Most of my images are available as prints.

So here’s the deal: Prints are $200 each plus shipping ($25 domestically, $50 internationally). In addition:

  • These are top-quality, handmade prints on premium paper that I personally sign
  • Exterior paper dimensions approximately 11″ X 14″ (or 12″ X 12″ if the image is square)
  • U.S. residents add California sales tax ($18)
  • Payment is in advance by Paypal, credit card, or check
  • These prints are intended for retail customers only (click here for my normal print-price schedule, and for information about other print sizes)
  • Offer may be changed or withdrawn at any time

Please let us know if you have any questions, or would like to buy a print.

Lady Pink Apple Slices with Lemons © Harold Davis

Lady Pink Apple Slices with Lemons © Harold Davis

Posted in Fruits and Veggis on Light Box, Print of the Month

Special Pandemic Print Pricing—Ends May 1, 2021

Please place orders for “Pandemic Prints” (at the special price) by May 1, 2021! I have been asked a number of times about special print pricing during the pandemic, and have already made prints available on reduced terms to several collectors. I am particularly happy when one of my prints goes to another artist, or to someone who loves photography.

We’ve decided to generally extend a pandemic print-pricing offer. Most of my images are available as prints.

So here’s the deal: Prints are $200 each plus shipping ($25 domestically, $50 internationally). In addition:

  • These are top-quality, handmade prints on premium paper that I personally sign
  • Exterior paper dimensions approximately 11″ X 14″ (or 12″ X 12″ if the image is square)
  • U.S. residents add California sales tax ($18)
  • Payment is in advance by Paypal, credit card, or check
  • These prints are intended for individual collectors (retail customers)—click here for my normal print-price schedule, and for information about other print sizes
  • Offer may be changed or withdrawn at any time

Please let us know if you have any questions, or would like to buy a print.

Lady Pink Apple Slices with Lemons © Harold Davis

Lady Pink Apple Slices with Lemons © Harold Davis

Special Print Offer: A Quartet of Giverny Prints by Harold Davis

We are offering for a limited time your choice of one these four photographs by Harold Davis of Claude Monet’s legendary Garden at Giverny, France at a very special price. They are Giverny Afternoon, Flowers at Giverny, Giverny (Bridge), and Red Tulip, Giverny. The images are shown below.

Each print is on 13″ X 17″ paper (the image size is a slightly less than the paper size), hand printed in my studio on wonderful Moab Juniper Baryta extra premium photographic paper, and personally signed by me.

Your print of choice is $295, approximately a 75% discount from our normal retail price for a print of this size of $1,200. $30 shipping within the US (please inquire for international shipping). Sales tax also applies.

We accept personal checks, credit cards, Paypal, and cash.

All four prints are available for $995 including domestic shipping. This is an additional discount that exceeds 25% off the already discounted individual print price.

Please note that this is a limited time offer; we reserve the right to terminate it at any point. Click here to learn more about my handmade prints.

Giverny Afternoon © Harold Davis

Giverny Afternoon © Harold Davis

Flowers at Giverny © Harold Davis

Flowers at Giverny © Harold Davis

Giverny © Harold Davis

Giverny (Bridge) © Harold Davis

Red Tulip at Giverny © Harold Davis

Posted in Photography, Print of the Month

Magic in Everyday Things

In the morning, Phyllis called me over. She had the vitamin bottle upended, looking inside for pills she noticed them on the circumference of the circle at the bottom spread out almost like a sparkling kaleidoscope.

Vitamin D3 Bottle from the Inside © Harold Davis

Vitamin D3 Bottle from the Inside © Harold Davis

To photograph the effect, Phyllis held the bottle up in the morning sun in our kitchen. I tripod mounted my camera, and used my macro probe lens, with the front optic pushed inside the vitamin bottle like an eyeball on a stalk.

There’s magic in everyday things! I’ve had guesses about what this photograph depicts ranging from the Eye of Sauron (in his cups, towards the bottom of the story) to an operating room light, a package of seeds, and an architectural dome. It’s all in the eye of the beholder. Or is it?

Posted in Monochrome, Photography

Paris in the Spring (April 24-May 2, 2021)

Please click here for itinerary details, and click here for the Reservation Form! We look forward to exploring Paris with you. An early-bird registration discount applies.

There’s nothing like photographing Paris in the spring! Let’s spend some glorious days together in April and May of 2021 making photos in Paris, and having a great time.

Photography begins with the medium of light, which the artist captures and applies to the canvas in endlessly surprising ways. And what better place to explore this medium than Paris, the City of Light?

Join acclaimed photographer Harold Davis and co-host Mark Brokering for the experience of a lifetime in Paris, the birthplace of photography. There you’ll have the opportunity to experience firsthand the places and sights that have inspired artists for centuries.

Paris Sunset © Harold Davis

We’ll focus our lenses on Paris in bloom, Paris at night, and Paris in black & white, reinterpreting for ourselves some of the images that have been captured in paint and on film by many great artists, including Daguerre, Monet, Atget, Picasso, and Erwitt. We’ll have a grand time photographing and we’ll return home with many priceless shots to treasure!

Photo tour includes an excursion to Monet’s famous gardens at Giverny, with what is always one of the highlights for any photographer: exclusive after-hours artist access to the gardens and lily pond area.

Harold’s photographs of Paris have appeared in books, exhibitions, and been published worldwide on travel sites.

Double Rainbow over Paris © Harold Davis

Here’s what some participants in past Photograph Paris with Harold Davis Workshops had to say:

Eiffel Tower from Sacré Coeur © Harold Davis

Eiffel Tower from Sacré Coeur © Harold Davis

  • “Had an awesome time with Harold and the workshop participants.  Itching to go back.  If you’re a photographer, Paris at night is a ‘Must Do!’.  Put it on your bucket list ‘cause you may not see this in Heaven.”
  • “Photographing Paris at night in the company of a group of fellow photographers had instant appeal.  Inspired by the scenes of Brassai, I imagined myself at the top of the steps at Montmartre, taking wonderful black-and-white images.  I already admired Harold Davis, and had confidence that he would lead us to fantastic places – and he did!  What came as a delightful surprise was the level of talent and variety of approaches that my fellow travelers employed to capture the marvelous churches, gardens, and people of Paris, Giverny, and Fontainebleau.  I learned from every one of them.  And what an agreeable group of travel companions they were! A once-in-a-lifetime experience that I plan to repeat next spring!”
  • “Harold has great skill, without the ego of most master photographers. Travel arrangements were perfect.”
  • “One thing I really liked about the photo tour that Harold set up is that we had plenty of time to photograph in the best locations, and really prioritized when the light would be good.”

Please click here for itinerary details, and click here for the Reservation Form! We look forward to exploring Paris with you. An early-bird registration discount applies.

Posted in Workshops

Paris in the Spring (April 24-May 2, 2021)

Please check details of the itinerary below, and click here for the Reservation Form! We look forward to exploring Paris with you.

There’s nothing like photographing Paris in the spring! Let’s spend some glorious days together in April and May of 2021 making photos in Paris, and having a great time.

Photography begins with the medium of light, which the artist captures and applies to the canvas in endlessly surprising ways. And what better place to explore this medium than Paris, the City of Light?

Join acclaimed photographer Harold Davis and co-host Mark Brokering for the experience of a lifetime in Paris, the birthplace of photography. There you’ll have the opportunity to experience firsthand the places and sights that have inspired artists for centuries.

Paris Sunset © Harold Davis

Paris Sunset © Harold Davis

We’ll focus our lenses on Paris in bloom, Paris at night, and Paris in black & white, reinterpreting for ourselves some of the images that have been captured in paint and on film by many great artists, including Daguerre, Monet, Atget, Picasso, and Erwitt. We’ll have a grand time photographing and we’ll return home with many priceless shots to treasure!

Double Rainbow over Paris © Harold Davis

Double Rainbow over Paris © Harold Davis

Harold’s photographs of Paris have appeared in books, exhibitions, and been published worldwide on travel sites.

Here’s what some participants in past Photograph Paris with Harold Davis Workshops had to say:

Eiffel Tower from Sacré Coeur © Harold Davis

Eiffel Tower from Sacré Coeur © Harold Davis

  • “Had an awesome time with Harold and the workshop participants.  Itching to go back.  If you’re a photographer, Paris at night is a ‘Must Do!’.  Put it on your bucket list ‘cause you may not see this in Heaven.”
  • “Photographing Paris at night in the company of a group of fellow photographers had instant appeal.  Inspired by the scenes of Brassai, I imagined myself at the top of the steps at Montmartre, taking wonderful black-and-white images.  I already admired Harold Davis, and had confidence that he would lead us to fantastic places – and he did!  What came as a delightful surprise was the level of talent and variety of approaches that my fellow travelers employed to capture the marvelous churches, gardens, and people of Paris, Giverny, and Fontainebleau.  I learned from every one of them.  And what an agreeable group of travel companions they were! A once-in-a-lifetime experience that I plan to repeat next spring!”
  • “Harold has great skill, without the ego of most master photographers. Travel arrangements were perfect.”
  • “One thing I really liked about the photo tour that Harold set up is that we had plenty of time to photograph in the best locations, and really prioritized when the light would be good.”

Where: The group will be based out of a centrally located, elegant and comfortable Parisian hotel, such as the Hotel Villa Madame or the Hotel Passy Eiffel.

Hotel Villa Madame is on the left bank of the Seine, in the heart of the 6th Arondissment in St Germain des Pres, and is located near many of the prime photographic locations.

Hotel Passy Eiffel is in the interesting Passy neighborhood right across the river from the Eiffel Tower, with some rooms having an Eiffel Tower view.

Choice of hotel is subject to change, but will be comparable to the two indicated.

When: Saturday April 24, 2019 (leave US April 23) to Sunday May 2, 2019 (nine days and eight nights).

Group Size: Minimum group size 6 and maximum 12. This is intended to be an intimate and small photo workshop. Non-photographer spouses are welcome.

Pont Solferino © Harold Davis

Pont Solferino © Harold Davis

Update as of September 20, 2020 from Harold Davis: In a nutshell, I would dearly love to be photographing in Paris in April 2021, but we think it most likely will not happen, although it is still not entirely out of the question.

To elaborate, we are deeply committed to only leading in-person trips when it is safe, legal, and complies with all health regulations both here and in the destination. From this viewpoint, a trip to France would certainly not be possible right now.

However, I’ve also found that not trying to predict too much about the future has helped keep me (somewhat) sane during these difficult times. The only thing certain is uncertainty.

So rather than making a final decision to cancel the trip, I’ll take another look at the Paris trip in November. Perhaps things will be clearer then, at least in terms of the future of our country. However, it wouldn’t astonish me in November if I put off the definite call until January 2021. Much can happen between now and January, and (here’s hoping) for the better!

We are still taking reservations for this trip, with deposits fully-refundable and guests requested not to make any non-refundable travel plans based on the Paris trip, since there is a very good chance it will be canceled. 

Day-by-day itinerary (subject to change):

Code:  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Saturday April 24, 2021  (D)

  • Arrive Paris and transfer on own to Villa Madame Hotel (or Passy-Eiffel, or similar)
  • 3PM: Hotel check-in
  • 4PM: Group meeting in hotel lobby
  • Explore local highlights with Harold and Mark
  • 8:30PM: Welcome dinner

Sunday April 25, 2021 (B)

  • 10AM: Meet in lobby for neighborhood orientation
    • Understanding the Métro
    • Where to buy picnics
    • Buy picnic lunch for bus (optional)
    • Neighborhood shopping
  • Noon: Depart from hotel lobby on two-hour panoramic bus tour with guide
  • Afternoon: Free time for personal shooting
  • 7PM: Meet in hotel lobby and proceed by metro to la Tour Montparnasse rooftop observation deck for night photography until closing time.
Ile de la Cite from Ile St-Louis © Harold Davis

Ile de la Cite © Harold Davis

Monday April 26, 2021  (B, L)

  • Photography at Puces St Ouen: The Flea Market at Porte de Clignancourt
  • Group lunch at Chez Lousiette in the flea market. As the Lonely Planet guide puts it, “memorabilia-filled Chez Louisette is an icon within Paris’ largest flea market, the Marché aux Puces de St-Ouen. It’s not the bœuf bourguignon, sautéed veal or homemade desserts that draw the crowds, however: the real reason people come is to hear old-time chanteuses and chanteurs belt out numbers by Piaf and other classic French singers.”
  • Walking tour of Montmartre and Sacré-Cœur led by Harold and Mark.

Tuesday April 27, 2021  (B)

  • Morning: Explore Latin quarter, Ile de la Cité, and banks of the Seine
  • Afternoon: Excursion TBD (perhaps Auvers-sur-Oise, noted for its association with Vincent van Gogh, or Bagatelle Gardens)
Paris Carousel © Harold Davis

Paris Carousel © Harold Davis

Wednesday April 28, 2021  (B)

  • Free time for personal projects
  • Walking tour with guide to include the Rodin Museum and garden.
  • Visit to Museum Marmottan
Montmartre and Sacre-Coeur © Harold Davis

Montmartre and Sacre-Coeur © Harold Davis

Thursday April 29, 2021 (B) 

  • Image review
  • Photographic guided excursion to Château de Chantilly and its gardens (or TBD). The gardens of the Château de Chantilly are an exceptional panorama of the art of the Western garden: they are the result of several creations according to the fashion of each period starting with the French-style garden created by André Le Nôtre in the 17th century, the Anglo-Chinese Garden in the 18th century and the English Garden in the 19th century. These grounds provide a unique testament to the relationship between men and nature in the western world over more than three centuries. 
Pyramide © Harold Davis

Pyramide © Harold Davis

Friday April 30, 2021  (B)

  • Free time for projects
  • Visit to the Fondation Henri Catrtier-Bresson
  • Guided walk exploring the Marais and Jewish Quarter
Beneath the Pont de la Concorde © Harold Davis

Beneath the Pont de la Concorde © Harold Davis

Saturday May 1, 2021  (B, D)

  • Note, May 1 is a national holiday with museums, stores, etc., closed
  • Free time for personal projects and/or working with Harold
  • Group photography TBD
  • Night photography with locations TBD (Eiffel Tower, Louvre court, etc.)
  • 7:00PM: Celebratory Farewell dinner

Sunday May 2, 2021  (B)

  • Breakfast at the hotel, followed by group “Kumbaya”. Some participants will likely want to stay in Paris, others will head for destinations in Europe, and still others will head home.

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Cost: $6,495 per person (single supplement $875)

Inclusions: Eight nights lodging, all breakfasts (8), meals as indicated, private excursions as indicated including licensed guides and admissions as indicated (private introductory panoramic coach tour, private coach to Giverny with garden and after-hours admissions, admission to the Rodin Museum, transportation by train and admission to Chantilly with guide; licensed guides to Giverny, Rodin Museum, Chantilly, and the Marais), expert photographic instruction and guidance with Harold Davis, appreciation of Paris with Mark Brokering, and service charges.

Exclusions: Airfare and transportation to Paris, airport transfers, admissions except as indicated in the Inclusions, meals except as indicated in the Itinerary, travel insurance (which is highly recommended), and personal items such as souvenirs.

To Register: Please send us an email expressing interest right away; a completed registration requires a $1000 deposit and Reservation Form, and a copy of your passport page.

Hotel de Sully © Harold Davis

Hotel de Sully © Harold Davis

About Harold Davis: Harold Davis is an internationally-known digital artist and award-winning professional photographer. He is the author of many bestselling photography books including The Way of the Digital Photographer (Peachpit Press, awarded as a Top 10 Best 2013 Photography Book of the Year by Photo.net). Harold Davis’s most recent book is Achieving Your Potential As a Photographer: A Photographer’s Creative Companion and Workbook (Focal Press). His Photographing Flowers (Focal Press) is a noted photography “classic,” and is rated the Best Guide to Flower Photography byDigital Photographer Magazine.

Stairs at La Défense © Harold Davis

Stairs at La Défense © Harold Davis

In addition to his activity as a bestselling book author, Harold Davis is an Adobe Influencer, a Moab Master printmaker and a Zeiss Lens Ambassador. Harold Davis’s work is in collections around the world. It is licensed by art publishers, in annual reports, and has appeared in numerous magazines and many publications.

Harold’s black and white prints have been described as “hauntingly beautiful” by Fine Art Printer Magazine, and his floral prints have been called “ethereal,” with “a purity and translucence that borders on spiritual” by Popular Photography.

Recently Harold Davis’s work has been exhibited in venues including Photokina in Cologne, Germany, PhotoPlus Expo in New York, the Gallery Photo in Oakland, California, the Arts & Friends Gallery in Heidelberg, Germany, and the Awagami Gallery in Japan.

Harold Davis has led destination photography workshops to many locations including Paris, France; Spain and Morocco; and the ancient Bristlecone Pines of the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains in California.

Harold has created online courses for Craftsy and Lynda.com/LinkedIn Learning. His ongoing photography workshops in partnership with institutions such as Point Reyes Field Seminars, the Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, California, Maine Media Workshops, and the Heidelberg Summer School of Photography are continually in demand and popular.

According to Rangefinder Magazine, Harold Davis is “a man of astonishing eclectic skills and accomplishments.” You can learn more about Harold and his work at his website, digitalfieldguide.com.

Arc de Triomphe © Harold Davis

Arc de Triomphe © Harold Davis

We look forward to having a great time photographing Paris in the spring with you! Click here for the Reservation Form!

Seen Along the Way of Saint James

Here are a few random sightings captured with my iPhone camera on the Way of Saint James, specifically the Camino Portuguese, on my walk through southern Galicia towards Santiago.

Pilgrim Church © Harold Davis

Above, the interior dome and chandelier of the Pilgrim Church—Capela da Virxe Peregrina—in Pontevedra. It was fun climbing to the top of the dome, which I did after making this photo and getting my Pilgrim book stamped.

Below, the alternate Camino passes through a tunnel under train tracks beside a small river. If the Way seems narrow in the photo, indeed it was!

Tunnel on the Camino © Harold Davis

Finally, walking through the gritty outskirts of Arcade, a witch is seen rising before the moon on her broomstick. The circular moon is of course echoed in the heating unit that appears above the witch.

Witch © Harold Davis

Posted in iPhone, Spain

Harold Davis—Best of 2018

2018 has been quite a year in art for me. Travel has included the Southwest of France, the Balearic Islands, a pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago, teaching at Maine Media Workshops, New York City, Heidelberg and Berlin Germany, Paris, Malta, and Sicily. My time at home has been productive as well. 

Below each image, I’ve added links to the relevant blog stories that include my selected images (where I blogged them). Self-selected entries from previous years going back to 2013 can be found here.

Study in Petals on Black © Harold Davis

Blog story: Studies in Petals

Red Anemone © Harold Davis

Blog story: Red Anemone

Devotional Pose © Harold Davis

Blog story: Devotional Pose

Vitruvian Woman © Harold Davis

Blog story: Vitruvian Woman

Egg © Harold Davis

Blog story: Egg

Papaver Nudicaule © Harold Davis

Blog story: Color Field of Flowers

Above the Gran Via © Harold Davis

Blog story: Above the Grand Via

Dandelion in Calvignac A © Harold Davis

Blog story: Dandelion in Calvignac

Bridge Fun © Harold Davis

Blog story: The Art of Being Alone with Oneself

Twisted © Harold Davis

Blog story: Seriously Twisted

Summer Grass © Harold Davis

Blog story: Summer Grass

Poppies and Mallows on White © Harold Davis

Poppies and Mallows on Black (Inversion) © Harold Davis

Blog story: The Art of Photographing Flowers for Transparency

Poppies Dancing © Harold Davis

Poppies Dancing Inversion © Harold Davis

Blog stories: Poppies Dancing and Poppies Dancing on Black

The Passion of the Rose © Harold Davis

Blog story: The Passion of the Rose

Papaver Pod from above © Harold Davis

Blog story: Papaver Poppy Pods Gone to Seed

Poem of the Road © Harold Davis

Lonely Road (Poem of the Road) © Harold Davis

Blog story: Poem of the Road

Sunflower X-Ray Fusion © Harold Davis

X-Ray, Sunflower © Harold Davis

Campanulas X-Ray on White © Harold Davis

Blog story: Revealing the Unseen with X-Ray Photography of Flowers; FAQ: X-Ray Photos of Flowers

Ladyboot Arch © Harold Davis

Blog story: Under the Wide and Starry Sky

Dawn East of the Sierras © Harold Davis

Rising © Harold Davis

Red Pitcher © Harold Davis

Bridge of Light – Color Version © Harold Davis

Bridge of Light © Harold Davis

Blog story: Bridge of Light

Heceta Head Lighthouse © Harold Davis

Heceta Head © Harold Davis

Crepuscular Coast – Black and White © Harold Davis

Crepuscular Coast © Harold Davis

Blog story: Crepuscular Coast

Earthlight © Harold Davis

Blog story: Earthlight

Paris from Montmartre © Harold Davis

Blog story: View of Paris from my room

Paris Paris © Harold Davis

Blog story: Goodbye Paris

Time Machine © Harold Davis

Blog story: Time Machine

Mosta Dome © Harold Davis

Blog story: Mosta Dome

Abstract 1 © Harold Davis

 

Check out my self-selected bests from previous years in Best Images Annuals!

Posted in Best Of, Photography