Monthly Archives: August 2007


The Bromoil process starts by creating a print as usual. After getting the exposure and contrast settings correct, another print is created, normally by exposing one stop more and one grade of contrast less. This results in a dark, muddy … Continue reading

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Charleston vs. Danville

  It is no secret that I have a love for Baseball, as evidenced by the post Tejada and Norfolk Tides 2004. I am the sort of person who loves extra innings (known to me as “free Baseball“) and might … Continue reading

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Army-Navy 1999

For a number of years I was the Webmaster for the Naval Academy Alumni Association, and as a result had an opportunity to see many football games from the sidelines as a photographer. The Army-Navy game was always the highlight … Continue reading

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Progression In San Antonio

  San Antonio is one of my favorite cities (and I am not one to favor cities). I have posted one of the many images I captured along the RiverWalk, which is reason enough to go to San Antonio. This … Continue reading

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  A number of years ago the Klu Klux Klan decided to have a rally in Annapolis, Maryland. For my friends outside of the United States who do not know about this organization of racists, I’ll link to this Wikipedia … Continue reading

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Stream, Brecon Beacons

One of the most wonderful walks I have taken was in the Brecon Beacons, Wales. This is a beautiful set of hills where one can see miles of unspoiled land all around. I have done quite a bit of hiking … Continue reading

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I like images where two ideas are opposite but somehow connected. This particular image was taken in Annapolis, MD. A rather exclusive and well-known restaurant, Harry Browne’s, exists on the circle that surrounds the Capitol building. Of course, not everyone … Continue reading

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Graveyard Figure

I have taken many pictures within graveyards, most of them of graveyard angels. This one is not an angel, so I’ll just call it a figure. It is one of my favorites, and one that I have printed in a … Continue reading

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End Of The Path

I mentioned once before that during the time I worked as a consultant a couple of days a week for a client in Columbia, MD (where coincidentally I ended up living), I would occasionally take a lunchtime stroll into a … Continue reading

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