Monthly Archives: December 2012

At The Edge Of The Continent

I’ve been experimenting lately with multiple exposure panoramic photographs. These in-camera creations, often referred to as a Holgaramas, allow one to interpret a landscape in ways a single photograph could not. The key is to layer your exposures in such … Continue reading

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Capturing The Japanese Garden With A Pinhole Camera

One of the great advantages of shooting with a wooden Zero Image pinhole camera is that its small, well built design allows me to take it places I couldn’t, or wouldn’t dare venture with my other cameras. comprised of nothing … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas everyone. A slightly different spin, pun intended, on Tree Tuesday. Your eyes do not deceive you, that is in fact a rotating Christmas tree. A novelty that I am not sure ever really caught on, as I’ve never … Continue reading

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The Picture Files

During my most recent photographic adventure inside the Seattle Central Library I discovered the picture files. Talk about a diamond in the rough, several rows of unassuming filling cabinets filled to the brim with magazine and newspaper image clippings. An … Continue reading

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The Whimsical Nature Of A Coastal Forest

This tanglement of trees resides on the fringes of the coastal forest, where they mingle daily with the sand and driftwood of the beach. Happy Tree Tuesday everyone!

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Journey To The Hoh Rainforest

Catching up on my never ending backlog of negatives waiting to be scanned and edited over the weekend, I was finally able to see some of my photographs created last October on a day trip out to the Hoh Rain … Continue reading

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Morning On The Lake

The brain is a wonderful organ; it starts working the moment you get up in the morning and does not stop until you get into the office. -Robert Frost Funny how waking up before dawn to catch the sunrise or … Continue reading

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Standing Tall In A Past Life

Even with all the grand trees blanketing the mountain slopes along the lakes edge, I have a hard time taking my eyes away from the dead stump still proudly standing tall in the foreground of the image. Just another testament … Continue reading

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Second Only In Name

Second Beach is a secluded stretch of oceanfront located within the confines of the Olympic National Park. Access requires a two-mile hike through a Sitka spruce filled coastal forest, just long enough to keep the crowds at bay. For those who do … Continue reading

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Same Scene Different Camera

I’ve never put much stock into the gear aspect of photography. Hand me a camera and I’ll take a picture. Disposable camera, pinhole, Hasselblad, perhaps a Canon 5D Mark II, as long as it works I’ll shoot with it. After all, the … Continue reading

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