Colors


I like the caption better than I like the headline. Okay, the title. The base image is of the past. It’s a long story, but many, many years ago, my Dad thought that he wanted to work as a watch maker. Like me, he lacked the patience to do that kind of meticulous work. That’sContinue reading “Colors”

The First Day


Long ago and far away. Ten years. 1,000 miles. New Mexico is in my head. I was able to put it away for a while. OnOne archived all the work it could find on my computer’s hard drive and on one of my portables. It found images that were “lost.” They were not necessarily lostContinue reading “The First Day”

Days That Used To Be


Over and over. I took a step back and tried very hard to slow down. I supposed that’s easier to do when I am well rested. For some reason after going to bed at an early time for me, 12:30am, I awoke very late at 9:40am. Everybody was up. They decided to let me sleep.Continue reading “Days That Used To Be”

Ponchartrain


Friday follies. That’s what they said years ago during a war that shall not be named. It meant that the generals held press conferences in which they lied to, and gaslight, America. The made statements like, “In order to save the village we had to destroy it.” Does that make any sense at all? MyContinue reading “Ponchartrain”

Fantasia


Play time. That’s what I needed. Play time. So, I took some, both here and there. The weather turned coolish after a massive storm. That made it wonderful to be outside. I think the entire south was hit from West Virginia to The Gulf States. Anyway. I made a few pictures of spring flowers andContinue reading “Fantasia”

Good Tradition


Does this ever happen to you? You see something in a dream and then, there it is in real life. That’s how I came to make this photograph. My dream was weird and wild — as they often are — but toward the end as I was waking up I was enveloped in this purpleContinue reading “Good Tradition”

Light and Day


This was a terribly hard picture to make. I couldn’t find the angle. I couldn’t find a clean way to make it. I was working too close. I stood back, worked wide and finally made an image that I liked. Generally, I think a good picture is fairly easy to make, at least in theContinue reading “Light and Day”

Green Eggs And Ham


Hmm, I thought. Maybe there are no green eggs and ham. I knew that wasn’t right so I thought a Dr. Suess-like photograph might help. I’m sure that by now you are all aware of the controversy cause by Theodore Geisel’s estate removing six of his books from publication. No. This is not part ofContinue reading “Green Eggs And Ham”

Crayon Angels


Color. That always makes me smile especially as we cruise into the weekend. I need a little color. I’m guessing that you might too. Besides color, I need music. Not the usual stuff we listen to around here. I need a playlist that Spotify assembled. It’s called, “Echoes of the Canyon.” It’s about that time.Continue reading “Crayon Angels”

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