Black Friday Sale

Buy Christmas gifts at biggest discounts ever during special Black Friday sale!

Black Friday Fine Art Print Sale

Black Friday conjures up images of sale-crazed shoppers stampeding or fighting in search of the perfect Christmas gifts. But you can check off your Christmas list without ever leaving home during this special Black Friday sale.

Just log into my Fine Art Print Gallery and order gifts that will last a lifetime — all at the deepest discount I’ve ever offered.

All you have to do is enter the coupon code FPGHME during checkout, and your total order will automatically be reduced.

And every product — including fine-art prints, museum-quality gallery wraps, acrylic and metal prints, and cell-phone cases — is included in this huge sale.

NOTE: If you have seen a photo on the “TSP” website that is not in the gallery (and many are not- yet), email me Friday and I’ll push it to the print gallery. I’ll extend you the discount past Friday if needed.

But this sale is only good on Black Friday!. So why fight the crowds? Kick back, power up the laptop and find your favorite print and save! They make great gifts for friends, family or yourself!

Click here to get started!

Paris from the Tower

I had the fortune to climb the Eiffel Tower while in Paris. I climbed as far as they allowed you to go at the time, which was the second observation level. The climb from ground level to the first level is over 300 steps, as is the walk from the first to the second level. Needless to say, I was a bit tired when I reached the top. About half way up, I realized that I had my camera backpack still on and should have left it with someone down below!

 

Paris from Above

Formula 1 Up-Close

I’m usually the last person to find out about things. For example, did you know that there is an awesome race track in Austin, TX?  This is the real deal. The Circuit of the Americas is something I never thought I would see, much less in Texas. Last week, I was fortunate to spend a day at the track for the US Grand Prix. Here is a brief description about the track from their website…

Circuit of the Americas is a multi-purpose facility that hosts prestigious racing events, including the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™.  It is the first purpose-built Grand Prix facility in the U.S. Built around a state-of-the-art 3.4-mile circuit track with capacity for 120,000 fans and an elevation change of 133 feet, the facility is designed for any and all classes of racing. Circuit of The Americas is ideally situated on a 1000-acre site in southeast Austin, approximately two miles from Austin Bergstrom International Airport, with scenic views of downtown.

While it is not a cheap sport to watch, much less to participate in, watching it at this track is a thrill. With many vantage points for photographers and fans alike, everyone will enjoy a day at the races.

I took this image behind the paddock between curves 18 and 19. With speeds up to 200 mph on the straights, here they were only going about a 100 mph, since they were slowing down for a curve. Using a slightly slower shutter speed and panning with the car creates the blur that gives the sense of motion and speed.

 

From the behind the paddock between curves 18 and 19.  Photo by Tim Stanley Photography

Bridge with a View

The clear, cool air of an October evening provided a great chance for some nice images of downtown Houston. Shortly after taking this image, we moved closer towards downtown for this view over the trees bordering Buffalo Bayou.

 

The clear, cool air of an October evening provided a great chance for some nice images of downtown Houston by Buffalo Bayou. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.