Category Archives: Van Dyke

Boog and I

One of the great things about being a “real” fan is that I enjoy going to games even when there is no possibility that the team will make the playoffs.  Late in the season that was the case with the … Continue reading

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We Are Glad You Are Here

There is no way a photographer can pass this building without stopping to grab the image.  My memory tells me that this building was in Front Royal, Virginia, but I can find no evidence of it.  Since the picture was … Continue reading

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Katie Sitting

Another image from my Stone Knives And Bear Skins project.  I decided to slightly split tone this particular image with a very dilute selenium solution.  I pulled it as soon as the color began to change, as leaving it any … Continue reading

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Kathy Sitting

This is a complement to the Kathy Reading. The image is actually rather small, being a contact print of a 4.5X6 cm negative, and my preference is for the smaller size, as it is more intimate.

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Confusion on Pratt Street

Some images are fun because they are confusing. Perhaps it is the lack or even abundance of information, but this particular image reminds me of an Escher painting, where all the parts are there, but they do not appear to … Continue reading

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Kathy Reading

This image was taken as part of my Stone Knives And Bear Skins project. Reading is a huge part of Kathy’s life, so it only made sense to make the book she happened to be reading a major component in … Continue reading

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House Near Galesville, MD

I used to show some of my prints at a small art gallery in Galesville, Maryland, and each time I traveled there, I passed a house that was in a continual state of falling apart. I finally decided to capture … Continue reading

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Row Of Trees

Symmetry comes in many forms, oftentimes intentional. Nature that has been transformed by humans is usually made symmetrical for purposes of efficiency For instance, more trees can be planted in an area if done so in rows than planted randomly. … 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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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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