What A Day


There were days when I drove from Albuquerque to Santa Fe to run errands. Even thought ABQ had to old school camera stores within short walking distance from each other, neither had a great selection of printing paper. Two stores in Santa Fe did. I’d start my day early, having breakfast out on the road,Continue reading “What A Day”

I’ll Be Gone


The picture a day project lead to a lot of day trips. It lead me to a place near Cerrilos, New Mexico. That’s where I found this Bel Air parked in a Trade Post lot. Normally, I’d go inside, talk to the folks who were there and buy something, usually water. Nobody was around, soContinue reading “I’ll Be Gone”

Where I Like It Best


Don’t ask me. I have no idea why the doors and windows are upside down. I just chalk it up to living in the Land of Enchantment. Somebody really got enchanted when they were working on this building. I found this place one day after having lunch in the barrio, which is located well pastContinue reading “Where I Like It Best”

Life Is A Highway


This is one of those days when the picture has nothing to do with the topics. In fact, I have two subjects that I’d like to discuss. But first, this is a road on the back side of the Sandia Mountain Range, making it slightly northeast of Albuquerque. Often, search for a PAD meant takingContinue reading “Life Is A Highway”

The Story


Once upon a time. I made an executive decision last night while I was searching for a particular picture. I didn’t find it, but I did find something called the PAD project. PAD is the acronym for picture a day. I forced myself to make one picture everyday whether I had paying work or not.Continue reading “The Story”

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”

Danger Bird


Amazon pictures is the problem. Every time that I open it up I find more and more “lost” pictures. It doesn’t help that I’m a little lost myself. You’d think that I want to travel. I don’t. Although some big news about travel happened yesterday via Live Nations’ president Michael Rapino. He’s booked the threeContinue reading “Danger Bird”

Into The Morning Light


Once upon a time. I lived in New Mexico. We lived there after Hurricane Katrina hammered New Orleans. We needed a little peace. Solitude. Quitetude. I don’t know how long we planned to stay. I thought maybe a year or two. It turned out to be almost five years. We heard the pounding of theContinue reading “Into The Morning Light”

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