Monthly Archives: July 2014
I had a rondvous with some friends this morning, so I went early so I could do a bit of photography. This is the first sample from this morning’s work.
It is fun to look at the changes that occurred over the past four years to many of the buildings of both Arcata and Eureka. I still think that these images would make for a nice exhibition.
MINOR THEATER 16-35 F4L AT F11 MINOR THEATER 17MM TSE F4 AT F11 Both of these images were taken from the exact same position on my tripod just a minute apart. It is not my intention to claim to be … Continue reading
The Ever Changing Storefronts in the Early Sunday Morning Overcast I woke up at four-thirty, and after tossing and turning decided that it made sense to go photographing. I have not done much in downtown Arcata for a while, so … Continue reading
Lamy Church at Lamy, New Mexico Lamy is on my mind these days. I wonder how this church is holding up. This photograph is about seven years old, and things could change. However, thing seem to change in New Mexico … Continue reading