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Its been nearly a year since I last posted new content. The sabbatical is officially over.
Vertically challenged trees, simply shift their focus and stretch out horizontally. Happy Tree Tuesday everyone!
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
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
Second installment in an ongoing series of images shot in and around the Seattle Central Library. You can view the first installment here. Those who enter the Seattle Central Library from its 5th avenue entrance are welcomed into a large … Continue reading
My time with these ancient elders was short. Of course that’s not saying much when you stand before thousand-year-old trees. I could spend my whole life with them and still go unmentioned in their biographies. Just attempting to consider all … Continue reading
The first thing I noticed as I pulled into my site in the Ohanapecosh Campground after a long day of hiking on Mount Rainier this past July was this burned out tree. Its charred and gutted remains the only sign … Continue reading
I’ve been doing a great deal of reflection of late. Sifting through my collection of images created over the years, searching for unifying themes and visions. Asking myself what, if anything, defines my body of work? Have I created a recognizable style, voice, and … Continue reading
Seattle Central Library houses a mind boggling amount of books. 1 million(+) of them to be exact, placed upon 9,906 shelves. I’ve personally checked out quite a few hiking and photography books from the extensive collection. The Central Library is … Continue reading