Monthly Archives: September 2007

Russian Heart

Several years ago I received a flyer in the mail that talked about arts happenings in Columbia, Maryland. As I opened the folder my jaw dropped as I saw a picture of Mikhail Baryshnikov. For those who know absolutely nothing … Continue reading

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Fence, Cape May

  I find lines interesting. Lines sometimes lead us places, they sometimes skew our view, then sometimes organize of show a lack of organization. This particular image, as has been the case with a number of infrared images, was taken … Continue reading

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Winifred Horan

Their recent album is toned down and not as exciting as previous offerings, but for many years I have felt that Solas was the best Irish band on the planet. I saw the initial incarnation of the band before they … Continue reading

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At Water’s Edge

As I mentioned in my previous entry, I find reflections interesting. Water reflections may be my favorite because the image changes each moment. Straight lines are seldom straight, and can be curled into circular shapes. The overall reflection normally retains … Continue reading

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Baltimore Reflection

It is no secret that I love reflection images. In a way, this is a three for one deal: you get the reflecting image, the reflected image, and the combination of the two. If there is distortion of the reflected … Continue reading

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Graveyard, Charleston, South Carolina

Charleston, South Carolina is an interesting place to visit. It has a very rich history, the bulk coming from the Civil War. This particular image is a pinhole of a grave site looking towards King Street, the main street going … Continue reading

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Tuesday Morning

I have put together a number of slide shows using ProShow Gold, and instead of using the software to put music to vacation pictures, I usually try to tell a story. One of these shows, called Tuesday Morning, followed my … Continue reading

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Walking In The Woods

  Shooting infrared can enhance many images and this happens to be one of them. This image is of my daughter, walking ahead of me on a trail. Of course, the foliage has been lightened considerably due to the “Wood … Continue reading

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