Monthly Archives: May 2014
There is something very special about standing in a remote and unfamiliar environment during the dark hours. It is especially so to do so without the intrusion of artificially created light pollution. I think that I speak for many of … Continue reading
I suppose that I may sound trite by adding some form of written meaning to some of my recent images, but I cannot help myself. I am not a student of modern fantasy, but I did grow up hearing and … Continue reading
Sand Tufa Greet the Night Sky
Tioga Pass from Lee Vining Creek drainage.
I just returned from a photography outing to Mono County on the east side of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. My pal Marc Chaton accompanied me on the trek. Saturday evening we went to the shore of Mono Lake to … Continue reading
In the nineteen-eighties I started a series that I called “California Valley Rice”. The first images were made with my old Rollicord film camera. Now, of course, I use digital.
This is my first post on this blog, and I think this is a good introductory photo to share.