Monthly Archives: February 2008

Mom And Dad

It is no coincidence that showing one of my favorite images coincides with my website redesign. The latter first. I visit a lot of photographic websites, mostly through blogs to which I subscribe. Some I have learned to love, and … Continue reading

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Bosky Bagatelle

Some images come quickly, others slowly. I am unsure how many times I have printed this image, and each time I work on it I find a different approach. This is just one of many interpretations.

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They would be there soon …

A group of photographers with whom I am associated decided to show their works. The theme of the show was loosely going to be “water.” I have shot many water images over the years, and needed to shoot new images … Continue reading

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Tugboat On The Monongahela

The original image was shot on Fuji Velvia film, which was certainly my favorite when shooting slides. It was shot alongside a bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia. I had actually been attracted to the scene because of the fog that … Continue reading

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Pinhole can obscure, distort, and mystify an image, as is the case here. This image was captures in the woods across the street from my house, and in reality is a rather mundane scene. However, pinhole offers the opportunity to … Continue reading

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Sometimes things get in our way. This can happen even when things work the way they should – best intentions can get entangled. I came across this particular difficulty in the woods, where I saw a plant that had opened … Continue reading

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Standing Stone, Wales

There are few places in the world like Wales. The history goes back literally thousands of years, and standing stones are a testament to this. The purpose of these large stones placed vertically in the ground is not known, but … Continue reading

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I’ve posted about San Antonio in the past, which is a place I would some day like to return. One of the interesting history elements of the area is that of the missions. The one that every American knows is … Continue reading

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