Category Archives: Postcard

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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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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Bygones

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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Inconvenience

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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Hallway

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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Three Women, Gredos, Spain

This was from one of my many walks in Gredos, Spain. It was a common sight to see these three women make their daily walk, probably for the same reason as mine, to enjoy a perfect day in a perfect … Continue reading

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Railing, Gredos, Spain

When I was in Spain I stayed in a hotel in Gredos for the majority of my stay. This was a four star motel (fortunately, paid for by Englishtown, no other way to afford this), which was partially new, partially … Continue reading

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The Bridge By Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas

I have printed this image several ways, even when sending it as a postcard. The image looks back to Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas in Madrid, Spain from the other side of the bridge. I have gone back and … Continue reading

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House, Wales

When I was in Wales, one of the primary purposes was to see the castles, especially the ones that were built during the suppression by the English. These castles were built as military installations to control the countryside, and had … Continue reading

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Entrance

As I have stated in the past, infrared photography can move a scene from common to fantasy. Detailed explanations can just get in the way, so again I am offering this image without delving into the location or context. Enjoy.

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