Paul J. Sumberg, Sr.is a landscape/nature photographer who divides his time between Florida and the mountains of Georgia, the Carolinas and Tennessee. He cannot pass an old building or structure without stopping and shooting a couple photographs.
Category Archives: Florida
I spent a few minutes with ADOBE’s Lightroom 4 Beta this morning and checked out it’s MAP function. It’s great. You can select a map location (Google Maps), drill down to the exact spot you want and add the photo to … Continue reading
There’s a good story about why I was on Bayshore Boulevard at 5:30 in the morning taking pictures. Some of you know it. I’ll just say it was remotely related to a copyright dispute.
Shot from the deck of my Florida home at 4:33 in the morning.
I just added this image as a 30X20 poster to the image store. http://paulsumberg.com/image-store/30×20-posters/ Photograph was shot looking East out Highway 60 in Brandon Florida shortly after sunrise. March 21st, 2010 06:36 I titled it “Green Lights All The Way”. Hang this … Continue reading
While driving to visit friends near Itchy Tuck Knee (Ichetucknee) Springs recently, I traveled on some out of the way roads. As I passed a dirt road that seemed to end at the horizon I caught a glimps of this … Continue reading
While I was in Tampa yesterday, I took a quick stroll through the grounds of the University of Tampa. The minarets always catch my attention. What a beautiful campus.
My dog and I spent a bit of time on the upper Alafia River Saturday. Oh does she love swiming in the river.
Woke up early this morning and saw this:
I have been thinking about self publishing a book of some of my square images. I began working on the book using BLURB, an internet company that appears to supply everything needed including composing, editing, printing and even publishing and sales. … Continue reading
Red Shouldered Hawk sitting on a tree in my front yard in Florida.