I see beauty all around by rob paine

Pro Photographer Rob Paine's (of DeepCreekImages.com) stories behind his photos along with helpful photo tips

Posts tagged ‘Nature’

The Best Fall Color at Deep Creek Lake, Md.

Photo by Rob Paine/Deep Creek Images/Copyright 2017

This weekend Garrett County is celebrating the 50th Annual Autumn Glory Festival at Deep Creek Lake, Md.  If you have not been to a Autumn Glory festival, you need to add it to your bucket list. This week  to celebrate the festival’s 50th, I an reposting some of my  favorite Autumn Glory photos from year’s past. Enjoy!

A 16×20 photo print of the image above  (it can be ordered with or without type on the bottom) sells for $50 dollars including shipping. The photo is available in other sizes and formats, even including canvas wraps. I am also selling a very high quality nearly 4×6 size color magnet of this photo for $7 each including postage.

If you are interested in ordering a print or anything else from my collection, please email me at robpaine@deepcreekimages.com

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Celebrating Autumn in all its Glory at Deep Creek Lake, MD

Photo by Rob Paine/Deep Creek Images/Copyright 2014

Today is the second day of the 50th Annual Autumn Glory Festival at Deep Creek Lake, Md. Garrett County has gained so many “best ofs” for its fall festival they are too numerous to list here. If you have not been to a Autumn Glory festival, you need to add it to your bucket list. For the next few days to celebrate the festival’s 50th, I plan to repost some of my favorite Autumn Glory photos from year’s past. Enjoy! (see more photos below) Read more

Wild, Wild Horses at the Outer Banks, N.C.

Photo by Rob Paine/Deep Creek Images/Copyright 2017

I first started going to the Outer Banks of North Carolina when I was a teenager, many moons ago. Back then, most houses on the Outer Banks did not have pools and none that I knew of had elevators. The drive to Nags Head winded through small towns on two lane roads, inspiring the Mary Chapin Carpenter song “I am a town.”

While this has changed with the addition of a bypass and acres and acres of large houses with pools and elevators, the beauty still remains, and so do the wild horses. I had always heard about the wild horses of Corolla on the northern end of the Outer Banks but had not actually seen them in person until late last month, when we signed up for a tour led by Horace at Corolla Wild Horse Tours A tour I would very strongly recommend. Please see more photos and text below. Read more

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