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Category Archives: monochrome
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
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
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
Last Autumn in the Alabama Hills , Lisa found this disinterred stone mummy , and suggested that I take its portrait.
Oftentimes I cannot decide which variation of an image that I prefer to print and exhibit. I see two completely different statements with these to renderings. They each tell a unique story, and perhaps both tales are valid. The black … Continue reading
I shared the black and white image today at the Redwood Camera Club meeting and critique. The image is of the Rogue River in nearby Oregon.
Here is an example of the images that I will exhibit next month. I took most of them in the nineteen-eighties. Some were color slides, and others were large format black and white. These locomotives were parked at Simpson’s Korbel … Continue reading
This image came in third place in the Redwood Art Association’s Fall Exhibit.
I am printing this image right now. I think I will do an exhibit of this and some more images of the Arcata/Eureka Airport.
I am now directing some energy toward an exhibit of some of my legacy images. This is one that I am considering.