Burning Daylight was the second photography book I had published. The book is filled with images from Aruba, Hawaii, Mexico and Canada.
The title, Burning Daylight, was chosen for two reasons: The first being that many people have a perception of photographers; that we "burn daylight", we waste the day away, we float around with no sense of time. In reality, photographers spend much of their time "chasing daylight". As photographers, we understand the importance of lighting and will wait hours if need be, to get the perfect shot. The second reason I chose this title was because the majority of the shots were taken while I was on vacation. I should have been "burning daylight", but to be quite honest, I choose vacation spots based on what I think I can capture with my camera!
All the images posted today were shot in Aruba.