From Shawnee Lookout Park
Obligatory Butterfly Post
From the 2013 Krohn Conservatory International Butterfly Show with the Misfits With Cameras!
I'm Your Captain
A look at the engineers chair in an old train that's still operational at The Railroad Museum Of Greater Cincinnati.
Taking In The View
The Cincinnati skyline and my 1968 Chevrolet Impala Convertible.
In the cemetery.
Sometimes You're Just A Number
But it's worth the wait.
The Temple In Reverse
It awaits the next stage.
You Only Live Twice Mr. Mammoth
That which was buried for thousands of years gets a second life at the Museum Of Natural History & Science at the Union Terminal.
Reflection Of Elsinore
The historic pump house as seen through a puddle.
The fiery glow of sunset casts it's spell across the horizon.
My name is Bill Fultz and I first became interested in photography in the year 2000 on a trip to the Smoky Mountains, then began seriously pursuing photography as a hobby in 2007 and I am a self taught photographer. Initially my interest was in night photography and cityscapes but eventually I would incorporate waterfalls, travel, macro and abandonment. Waterfalls are my favorite subjects to shoot, to me each one has it's own personality and I often take day trips and weekend trips to shoot them.
I am also a co-founder and co-administrator for a Cincinnati based photography group called Misfits With Cameras that was founded in 2009, not only do we have regular shooting events but we operate Cincinnati's only monthly photography show that features 6 different members of the club every 2nd Saturday at Arnold's Bar And Grill, Cincinnati's oldest bar, downtown. Anyone is welcome to be a part of the club, it's free and there's a whole ton of great folks who are members. Click the link and join the Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/MisfitswithCameras