Category Archives: historic eureka
I am having a challenging time sorting out in my head which version of this image works the best. It is interesting how much a small cropping can affect the mood of an image. Is the bottom rendering the strongest … Continue reading
Perhaps it is just me, but I cannot easily find a place to rest my eyes in this image. They finally settle on the greenish horizontal strip near the center. Perhaps that is all right. I am open to comments. … Continue reading
Here is a sample of my images that are part of the exhibit at the F Street Foto Gallery (upstairs at Swanlund’s Photography in Eureka). Most of my images are scanned negatives and color slides from the nineteen eighties and … Continue reading
There were a couple of tracks at Del Norte Street (the dock is behind me and to the right). I assume that this was an inbound freight. The railroad was still active in the nineteen-eighties as the timber industry was … Continue reading
This image is a scanned 35mm color slide from about nineteen-eighty. I used to ride my bicycle to the Del Norte dock to watch and photograph the harbor activity. I took this photograph from the bluff above Broadway. The … Continue reading
I am compiling more of my legacy images for consideration for an exhibit.
FORMER FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH, EUREKA, CALIFORNIA This image got an award at the New Year’s show at the Redwood Art Association in Eureka.
Near the Del Norte Street Pier, Humboldt Bay 1982
The exhibition runs from Saturday, July 2, 2016 through Saturday, July 30, 2016 at Piante 620 Second Street, Eureka, CA. The opening reception is Saturday, July 2, 2016 from 6pm to 9pm. Normal gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday from … Continue reading
The empty shell of a former church in Eureka – today with the Sony RX100-4