Tag Archives: medium format
Happy Tree Tuesday! This is part 1 of new series of tree photographs captured in and around West Seattle’s Lincoln Park.
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
It has yet to snow in Seattle this winter, but its been mighty cold enough lately. Thankfully the clear sunny skies have prevented such an occurrence. Don’t get me wrong, I like snow, I’d just prefer it to be on … Continue reading
Ohanapecosh is located in the southest corner of Mount Rainier National Park and is named for a Taidnapam (Upper Cowlitz) Indian habitation site along the river. The term is believed to mean ‘standing at the edge’. I figured it made … Continue reading
Recently fellow photographer and blogger Jack Lowe, wrote a post about the collective pulse of a crowd at a sporting event, or as Jack more eloquently described it the ‘city’s beating heart’. Although his sport is soccer, and mine football, fan rituals … Continue reading
Vertically challenged trees, simply shift their focus and stretch out horizontally. Happy Tree Tuesday everyone!
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
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
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