Party At Ground Zero


The trolls are coming out of the woodwork the closer we get to Fat Tuesday. One guy said that he had just arrived in New Orleans. He asked what there was to do. Many, many, many people replied sincerely. Something felt off so I went to his Facebook page. He lives in Chalmette, a wholeContinue reading “Party At Ground Zero”

Party At Ground Zero


The scene. Bare trees lined up in an interesting shape with blue sky directly about and storm clods moving into thelocation. You’d think that would be an easy picture to make. You’d be wrong. This picture took an act of God in post production which I’ll get to in the right hand column. I wantContinue reading “Party At Ground Zero”

Gypsy Blue


Night time is the right time. So, they say. I like working at night because of the mystery that is often added to the picture. I like it because I can hide imperfections in the scene or the picture. I also like it because I can make the scene more blue. The color blue addsContinue reading “Gypsy Blue”

Blue In Abstract


Night. Moody, deep and dark. Sometimes scary. Always interesting. That’s one of my favorite times of day to work aside from the ends of the day. Working at night means that you can hide some imperfections. You can build in the shadows. Pools of light become subjects in themselves. Trees often become silvery in theContinue reading “Blue In Abstract”

One Moonlit Night


The night sky. It was early. The all seeing dog wanted to go out. She kept nagging me until I took her for a short walk. I did what she demanded. It was a good thing. Because. Look what I found. What a night. What a sky. What a moon. And, two long haul trainContinue reading “One Moonlit Night”

Stranger To Himself


Very experimental. Since the all seeing dog isn’t walking so far these days because she isn’t quite well, I haven’t been looking about very much. I’d start seriously looking for pictures as our restrictions drop, but the sky is too blue and the sun is too bright. Ridiculous, I know. My best work is doneContinue reading “Stranger To Himself”

A Day In March


Testing technique. Another dog and I headed to the airport. On the way we stopped to visit friends. As we were leaving I saw this scene. It really didn’t look much in camera and after basic development. So, I tinkered. And, tinkered. I arrived at the picture that you see before you. I’m still notContinue reading “A Day In March”

Night Life


Night walk. I like working at night. I made a career of it. This picture wasn’t made very late at night, because the dog who sees stuff wanted to go out at just around dusk. I don’t mind that, but with our broken streets and sidewalks I prefer not to walk in the dead ofContinue reading “Night Life”

The Moon and Venus


“The moon stays bright when it doesn’t avoid the night.” — Rumi I was just sitting there. I looked up. I saw a quarter moon and a bright, glowing star. Since I made this picture with a smartphone, the quarter moon turned round, And, the star wasn’t a star at all. It was the planetContinue reading “The Moon and Venus”

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