New Jersey landscape and nature photographer, Greg Molyneux, shares his 5 best landscape and macro photographs made throughout 2021. In a year of transition and less photography overall, Greg shifts his focus to fluid and dreamy pan shot landscapes. Enjoy.
New Jersey landscape and nature photographer, Greg Molyneux, shares his 7 best landscape and macro photographs made in 2020. Come for the rich imagery and stay for some insight into how these photos came to life amidst the upheaval of COVID-19 and societal upheaval. Were any able to bring you a moment of joy in the bitterness of 2020?
Stop by and absorb some photography and exposition as New Jersey landscape and nature photographer, Greg Molyneux, shares his 10 best landscape and macro photographs made in 2019. Come for the rich imagery and stay for some insight into how these photos came to life and learn how they came to be in this list. What are some of your favorites?
Take a journey through Greg Molyneux’s nine best photos made across New Jersey in 2018.
The Observer | Captured: February 2, 2017 | Location: Cedar Run Dock Road, West Creek NJ This checks all the boxes in the Big List of Striking Winter Sunsets on the Marsh™. Intense pastels illuminating a cloud filled sky? Check. Glassy water reflecting back the image of said cloud filled sky? Check. And of course […]
These Are Your First Steps | Capture Date: January 14, 2016 | Location: Barnegat Bay Beach, Barnegat, NJ For 2016 I added Barnegat Bay Beach to the rotation of spots to frequent on the regular in hopes of making photographs, and over the past 12 months it has produced quite well. Coincidentally it was my […]
Never quite the same | Taken: February 23, 2015 | Location: Antoinetta’s Restaurant, Cedar Run Dock Road, Stafford, NJ If you’re thinking didn’t this shot show up last year? you’d be at least half right. Antoinetta’s made an appearance in my best of 2014 list with a great sunset last year. So while I thought […]
I’ve taken 6,386 photographs with my DSLR this year—short ~250 that were deleted immediately on account of poor quality—and easily my lowest total since I began shooting January 1, 2012. For some perspective, I took well over 25,000 pictures that first year but don’t let the lower total fool you; I’ve no doubt become more […]