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”

For a Brand New Day


Like just about everyone else who could watch it, we watched it. We watched a new president be sworn in as a very small crowd watched. For many of us it was areligious experience. I think the administration planned it that way. It was all inclusive. It was inspiring. It moved everyone in this houseContinue reading “For a Brand New Day”

The Blues


The idea started yesterday. But, between then and now I fell asleep three times. I don’t know why. I’m not tired. I’m not sick. I don’t feel stressed. At least not any more so than any other day this year. The idea was flowers for friend. A friend who was there at the start ofContinue reading “The Blues”

Come Down In Time


Come down in time. That’s what Elton John sang back in 1971, when my life began. Or, something like that. There are moments that truly amaze me. I had one of those today. I received a letter that said my checks could no longer be sent to me because they didn’t have my address. Okay.Continue reading “Come Down In Time”

The Calling


Staying True. I’m having a conversation with some Photoshelter folks about the so-called Photographers Bill of Rights via a comment section. Most of it concerns photojournalism. That’s where my career started. That’s where my heart lies. I read the entire document. If I’m going to talk about it, I should read it. That’s only fair.Continue reading “The Calling”

They Say It’s Winter


Winter. I have a friend in Milwaukee who was complaining because his four year old snow blower broke down yesterday. I have friends further east who were just waiting until the big snowstorm reached them. Even in Seattle, where the weather is fairly mild, the streets were tangled by snowfall. Not down here. Oh no.Continue reading “They Say It’s Winter”

Inside Out


The picture had a hole in it. I fixed it. The hole was just a big portion of the picture that was right in the middle. There was also this great stuff going on around the edges. The center had no subject, just an open space. Like a donut. It reminded me of so manyContinue reading “Inside Out”

Summers End Days


While I was walking. I spotted these tiny little pink flowers. They are located high up, growing from a sort of ivy that covers a chain link fence. As we enter into September, this is the time of the summer season when most flowers are dying. Green trees look faded. Not these flowers. They areContinue reading “Summers End Days”

Cosmic Slop


A little bit out there. I keep trying to reach some kind of experimental art. Work that has nothing to do with my photographic roots. It doesn’t come easy. I can’t just say something like, “I think I’ll go make art today.” It doesn’t work that way. I have to find it. Or, it hasContinue reading “Cosmic Slop”

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