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Category Archives: historic building
The old aircraft were nice to see at the Tillamook Air Museum, but this drew my aesthetic attention. Big mouth jet. Big gulp.
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
In 2007 I had the opportunity to photograph at the Pecos National Historic Park. This was about the time that I started to take digital photography seriously. I no longer had a darkroom, and had sold off most of my … Continue reading
I happened to see just the lighting that I had hoped for: the rising sun illuminating the front side with a foggy background.
Red and Green wall near Burnt Ranch. I spent yesterday with some friends on a photographic outing east of home on highway 299.
I thought that I completed my work in the business district of Eureka. Instead, I see that my study is taking me deeper into the workings of the city.
In Eureka last week.
Opera Alley in Eureka the other day.
Burned down in 2001. See story at: http://www.arcataeye.com/2011/09/remembering-long-lost-marinos-club-%E2%80%93-september-26-2011/
Over the coming days and perhaps weeks I will be posting images from my archives. I spent time photographing the areas around Humboldt Bay and the nearby cities of Eureka and Arcata. The imagary from 1980 through 2004 were either … Continue reading