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COLOR OR BLACK AND WHITE

The perennial question – which version is the stronger image? Advertisements

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ABANDONED RANCH THROUGH A BROKEN WINDOW

I took this image this morning.

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A NEW SELECTION FOR THE BODIE EXHIBIT

It took me several days to decide which image of the mill to print. I finally selected this one as I prefer the composition and the rendering of the sky. The runner up – the sky was not as well … Continue reading

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LOST HABITAT

More moral and physical decay.

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ANOTHER HOME LEFT TO THE ELEMENTS

I often wondered just how long it would take for all traces of my house to disappear if left completely alone to the elements. I may be able to watch and document the demise of the house in the above … Continue reading

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SACRAMENTO VALLEY RICE, A PIECE OF WILLIAMS, CALIFORNIA

Sometime in the mid 1970’s, I recall seeing a body of work by a photographer of the Sacramento Delta area. The work inspired me to start my own work on another part of the Sacramento Valley. I started my work … Continue reading

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