CTC Original Steppers


You know this already. The tuba starts it. When you hear the tuba start playing bottom notes you know the second line is about to start. Not only do they sound the opening notes of the parade, but they start again when the parade resumes after taking a break along the route. I made theseContinue reading “CTC Original Steppers”

Passings


Indian funerals. They are like nothing you’ve ever seen. If you get a chance to go, you should go. They are spiritual. They are magical. And, the are colorful. Keep in mind this is a very sacred event. Respect what you see. Respect who you see. And, pay your respects to the person who hasContinue reading “Passings”

Big Chief John


Big Chief John. Of The Original Wild Tchoupitoulas Tribe. I’ve been knowing him for at least six years. He was a Wildman then. His queen taught me how to present myself to a tribe who didn’t know me. And, how to behave when I work around suited indians. I see a lot of disrespect fromContinue reading “Big Chief John”


Slowly. Ever so slowly. Because, I’m still recovering from a long and gruelling weekend. The story so far. I’ve managed to download, backup and curate the images from four events. But, I seem to run out of steam early in the afternoon. So I cherry pick for you. At other times I sleep. I didContinue reading

Super Sunday No. 1


You could say that I’m confused. I have three fairly important shoots to show you. Where do I start? How do I start? I did the easiest thing. I cherry picked for today. I haven’t had time to curate, let alone develop, and finish the images that I made this weekend. I just picked aContinue reading “Super Sunday No. 1”

A Sunday Break


Sunday. Uptown Super Sunday. That’s my work for today. When I say work, I mean it. Big crowds. Rough and broken streets. Too many photographers who don’t know the rules of the street… But. It’s great fun. I get to see friends that I haven’t seen for a while. I get make some really goodContinue reading “A Sunday Break”

Sunset in the Graveyard


I don’t often photograph sunsets. When I do. I either turn around and make a picture of where that glorious golden fell and illuminated something, or I make the foreground dominant. To me, a sunset picture without that is just a postcard. That’s why I photograph power poles. They aren’t pretty but they give theContinue reading “Sunset in the Graveyard”

One More Night


A little more red. A little more color. A little more light. A little more joy. A little more celebration. And, the last of this series for you. I made a lot more pictures than I’ve shown you. If you’d like to see more just let me know. But, I reckon a weeks worth ofContinue reading “One More Night”

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