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Miscreant Anxiety

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Aggressive Swim

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Careful Chapter

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Ill Conclusion

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Rainy Day

As the winter begins its yearly threat of ugliness it does so by turning rain into something more than just uncomfortable.  The coldness of the soaking precipitation chills us to the core and reminds us that nature is truly in … Continue reading

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My Task, Part 2

The first signs of spring are finally showing themselves, although the temperatures in Maryland are still uncharacteristically low. Spring training is in full swing with opening day only a week and a half away, I am seeing crocuses in the back … Continue reading

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My Task

I had the privilege of giving a presentation to the Central Maryland Photographers’ Guild about pinhole and alternative process photography. The idea was not only to give a talk, but also to give everyone a task based on the talk, … Continue reading

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Family

The idea of this lumen print was to give the idea of a family that starts together, then begins to drift away.  Three leaves are embedded together while one of the children prepares to go off on its own.

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From the White Depths

A number of years ago I purchased a print from Haley Jensen, which hangs in our family room, and wanted to create a lumen print that was in that general direction.  I was looking for something more sparse than her print, … Continue reading

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Blasting Forward

The colors in a lumen print do not necessarily have anything to do with the subject matter.  I look more for shape and let things fall as they may. In this particular case the density of the flowers kept light … Continue reading

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