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Author: jhenthorne

Adore Noir – August 2014 Issue

  4.08.2014   jhenthorne   Events, News   No comments

The August issue of Adore Noir was released today. Please enjoy the feature covering the Coastal Florida Series. The issue is Available for Download at:  http://www.adorenoir.com/current-issue.html Adore Noir is one

Always Ready

Juno Pier saw me many times in 2013.  Some were visits chasing Tortuga tracks and catching glimpses of my favorite creatures coming ashore at 2 a.m. on the miles of

1% For the Planet

  4.05.2014   jhenthorne   News   No comments

[one_third][/one_third] [two_third_last]Being out in the elements as much as I am, you can imagine what strong feelings I have regarding stewardship for planet earth.  Between my passion for scuba diving

Drifting

“What an amazing entrance to the beach” along with “this has to be captured” were the first thoughts that came to mind after seeing this scene in the Santa Rosa

Victory

I know for a fact this shot will never be replicated.  I dare to say that this perspective will likely never be copied.  Why you ask? Victory captures the old

MIA

Miami in the morning!  Sultry.  Asleep.  But always that salty breeze coming in from Bimini. To capture downtown Miami I wanted a unique perspective.  I wanted the modern Miami cityscape

Leave the World Behind

This image is all about Florida.  The long passage ways to the open ocean.  The gorgeous white bleached sand beneath while traversing out.  Idle speed in the no wake zone.

Days Go By

I knew when I shot this that I wanted this minimalistic, high key shot to rival some of the other releases in this edition. I wanted to capture the simply

7 Miles

The infamous 7 Mile bridge in the Florida Keys provided such a wonderful backdrop of contrast.  The shot before you took about six days of shooting between two separate trips

Coastal Florida Release

Captured over a period of four months in the late summer and early fall of 2013, the Coastal Florida Series covers the vast circumference of the state I call home.