Monthly Archives: January 2021
A COUPLE MORE AT TILLAMOOK
I cannot tell you why it is that I like this composition – I did enough to take it, and it still is appealing to me.
A CHECKERED PAST
The old aircraft were nice to see at the Tillamook Air Museum, but this drew my aesthetic attention. Big mouth jet. Big gulp.
HORIZONTAL OCTOPUS TREE
Most “octopus” trees that I encountered, are Sitka Spruce trees that are growing atop a stump of a logged tree. Here in the coastal environs of northern California and southern Oregon the stumps are usually redwood or spruce. In my … Continue reading
SUNRISE AT THE MARSH
Took these the other day with my phone.
HUMBOLDT MACHINE WORKS, 2010
When I took this photograph the business had already closed its doors, and soon it was to receive a makeover. I have not gone back to photograph it as it is now. I think the morning light (or is it … Continue reading
MAD RIVER FERRY HOUSE
I do not recall where I got the information that this place was known as the “Mad River Ferry House”, but I think it was a good source. This is a good example of the work that I was doing … Continue reading
Moving up to 2012 I want to share three interpretations of the same image. By this time, I was becoming more competent with my photo editing skills. I was fortunate to have access to work with the local Photoshop Users … Continue reading
OTHER THEMES AND PROJECTS
I initiated a self-directed project to document the business districts of both Arcata and Eureka. I often photographed in the early morning pre dawn light. I started this in 2010, and have worked on it through to the present time. … Continue reading
HOW ABOUT A CHANGE IN STYLE AND IN TIME
I made this image a few hours ago. I decided to give “intentional-camera-movement (ICM)” a try. A couple of friends recently had some success with the process, and they convinced me to give it a go. This is an eleven … Continue reading
A FEW MORE THOUGHTS ON MY PHOTOGRAPHIC LEARNING CURVE
CALUMET SAYS HOWDY, Las Vegas, NM May 2010. I returned to Santa Fe in the spring of 2010 for a several week long stay that I called my Santa Fe meditation. I spent most of that time by myself and … Continue reading