Category Archives: Film Photography
Happy Tree Tuesday! This is part 1 of new series of tree photographs captured in and around West Seattle’s Lincoln Park. Advertisements
Recently I had the great honor of being the featured pinhole artist on Alex Yate’s website pinholista.com. He asked an assortment of questions pertaining to my pinhole photography, which I urge you to head on over and read. While … Continue reading
Happy Tree Tuesday everyone.
Its been nearly a year since I last posted new content. The sabbatical is officially over.
More than a few prefer to stretch their branches in an urban setting. Happy Tree Tuesday everyone!
A single set of tracks in fresh snow, leading the way through the forest. Happy Tree Tuesday everyone!
Richard Serra’s Wake situated in the valley of the Olympic Sculpture Park is one of my favorite places in the Seattle. On lazy sunny days I often find myself sitting in one of the parks red painted chairs watching the … Continue reading
Growing up in the shadow of the Cascade Range, many mountains have played the role of ‘the mountain’ in my life. First it was Mount Rainier, or ‘the mountain’ as everyone in the Puget Sound region refers to it. Its … Continue reading
Camera: Holga 120N Film: Kodak Portra 400 Location: Reflection Lake – Mount Baker, Washington State After yesterdays teasing entry about what lay beyond the clouds at Artist Point, I thought I’d share another image captured on Mount Baker which provides … Continue reading