Monthly Archives: August 2013

Confrontation – Part 2

I have a really weird memory.  I can look at a sheet of negatives from 20 years ago and remember each one – what I was thinking, why I photographed the scene and why it was important to me.  That … Continue reading

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I do not look for confrontation.  Actually, I go out of my way to avoid it, but there are times when getting involved just needs to happen. When people ask me about shooting on the street I am often asked … Continue reading

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Cape May – 886

The stretching of time changes everything. Stationary items remain, but moving items offer their average over time.  We are now seeing that which cannot be seen.  The perception of that which is not possible takes us into a separate world … Continue reading

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