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Category Archives: alternative view
Playing with Light
Posted in alternative view, astrophotography, imagination, night time sky Tagged light painting 2 Comments
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.
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
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
NORTH JETTY NUMBER 47
From my recent postings, I sense the development of a theme that is based on my evolution as a so called fine art photographer. That evolution includes a certain amount of technical learning: both of trying to become familiar with … Continue reading
GRAND DELUXE EXPRESS WAITING AT LAMY, NEW MEXICO
The Grand Deluxe Express at Lamy, New Mexico, 2007 The very first time that I went to the Amtrak Station in Lamy (Santa Fe), NM was May 28, 2007. This was on the same trip to the southwest that I … Continue reading
Posted in alternative view, backroads, color photography, fine art photography, historic new mexico, Lamy, New Mexico, railroad, railroads, small town, streamliner, train, trains Tagged grand deluxe 2 Comments
More Eureka Southern/NCRA/ Northwestern Pacific Railroad Equipment Decomposing in Eureka
Part of the North Coast Rail Authority fleet of neglected locomotives. 2014
I happened to see just the lighting that I had hoped for: the rising sun illuminating the front side with a foggy background.