The pergola at the Biltmore Estate creates an interesting photo. The wooden rafters leads you to the light at the end of the tunnel.
Slightly different angle on the Biltmore Estate. There are a ton of good compositions from the hill on the way to the statue of Diana. Not a great time of day to shoot but I liked the way the pattern in the grass leads you to the home.
Originally went for the color but the light was right for the infrared camera. First image next to the Bass Pond at the Biltmore Estate, the second walking on the Meadow Trail.
Orchid image from the Biltmore Conservatory. Although I enjoy shooting macro images I struggle with titles. For simplicity a file number should suffice going forward unless there is something obvious.
Another trip to the Biltmore Estate in late fall. Getting back to editing local images. Went out and enjoyed a remarkably clear day to take advantage of the last remaining fall color around the lake. The black and white image was more successful from this location.
Another shot of the Biltmore Bass Pond & Bridge from the Meadow trail. I typically take a photo from this location when I'm passing by. The sky can alter the composition from day to day. One of the lesser traveled paths when the house is crowded.
After a lot of the other azaleas were finished on the Biltmore Estate this native was in full bloom. I don't believe I had ever seen the azalea garden in bloom before this year, had a lot of images I was happy with walking through it 2 or 3 times. Having an annual pass has been great being able to watch the property change [...]