Matt’s Photography Gallery

Grecian Waters

The pristine waters off Rodos, Greece

Lately I’ve been spending a bit of time going through my collection of travel photos and have assembled what I think are the cream of the crop. There are several of New England autumns, during which it is honestly hard to take a bad picture given the raw material any photographer has to work with.  There are several of amazing landscapes from all over the word, and another series devoted to amazing skies, cloud formations and sunsets. Finally there are photos of cities, towns or historical sites that I caught from interesting angles or in a particularly flattering light.

I would love to perhaps turn some of these photos into calendars or canvas prints. Any feedback on them, or flagging the ones that particularly speak to YOU would help me plan accordingly, so please let me hear from you all!

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Fall captured in a reflection in NH’s Swift River

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Peak foliage in Massachusetts

Orange branch

Orange Canopy on Massachusetts

Near Mexican Hat

Near Mexican Hat, Utah

Fall meets Winter, NH

Fall below and Winter above: New Hampshire

autumn tree

All of Autumn in one tree: New Hampshire

Iceberg Lagoon

Iceland Iceberg Lagoon

Bora Bora

Landing in Bora Bora, Tahiti

Oia Dog

Enjoying the view: Oia, Santorini, Greece

Ko'olau

Ko’olau Mountains Close-up, Oahu

Dolomiti Road

Dolomiti Road, Italy

Mirror Lake NZ

Mirror Lake, Fiordland, New Zealand

Bryce View

Bryce Canyon, Utah

Canadian Rockies

A study in blue and green…Canadian Rockies

Dolomiti Italy

The Dolomiti, Italy

Algarve beach

Sea caves, the Algarve, Portugak

Wall STreet

“Wall Street” Trail, Bryce Canyon, Utah

Colorado Cloud

Colorado Sky: The Mother Ship

Colorado skies

Colorado Skies

Maui sky

Skies above Maui

Napili Sunset grey

Looking toward Moloka’i from Napili Bay

Napili Sunset Orange

Napili Bay, Maui, Hawaii

SF Rainbows

Rainbows over San Francisco

Sakonnet River Sunset

Sunset in Rhode Island

Super Bloom

Easter Colors in the Temblor Range, California

Cherry blossoms

Cherry blossoms in Washington, DC

Greek pool

Pool-side plants… Mykonos, Greece

Santorini

Santorini, Greece

Above Vernazza

Vernazza, Italy from one of the hiking trails

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The Mother Ship lands in Venice

Dunluce Ulster

Dunluce Castle, County Antrim

Support, Venice

A beautiful art work entitled “Support” reaches out from Venice’s Grand Canal

Riomaggiore

The village of Riomaggiore, in Italy’s Cinque Terre region

Val Gardena

Selva di Val Gardena. Italy

Dark Hedges

Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland

California Hillside

California Hillside in Spring

Tuscany Anghiari Cane

“Don’t Fence Me In!”… Tuscany, Italy

Napoli

Sunset falling over Napoli and Vesuvius, Italy

Lani Kai

Lani Kai Beach. Oahu: It doesn’t get any better than this…

The Adriatic Coast, Puglia, Italy

The Adriatic Coast, Puglia, Italy

Plantation

Plantation Gardens in South Carolina

Full Moon Rome

Moonstruck in Rome…

Tropical Napili Boat

A tropical paradise sunset on Maui

 

2 thoughts on “Matt’s Photography Gallery

  1. All of the photos seem spectacular in content and composition. i can not select any of them as being better than another, for a calendar. But since there are more photos than months, selecting must be done.
    Thought it is not very original, selecting ones that are tied to the time of year, with autumn foliage being autumn months and then finding other photos that might fit other months, at least that month somewhere in the world. (the iceberg photo should certainly make a great January.) could be a theme. and the rainbow over San Francisco might be great for April showers!

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