Monthly Archives: April 2012

Lee Miller

A paper was due in my undergratuate photo class the the topic was up to us. I had just learned about Margaret Bourke-White and thought her work was amazing. She had no fear either. The paper topic would be about

Lee Miller

A paper was due in my undergratuate photo class the the topic was up to us. I had just learned about Margaret Bourke-White and thought her work was amazing. She had no fear either. The paper topic would be about

Mount Rainier in Color

Digital images from the 2005 hike. Of course I took both cameras!

Mount Rainier in Color

Digital images from the 2005 hike. Of course I took both cameras!

Mount Rainier

I wish I could say I made the summit, but I didn’t. My friend and I hiked up to about 7000 feet, give or take, and had lunch by a glacier. We could see Mount St. Helen smoking in the

Mount Rainier

I wish I could say I made the summit, but I didn’t. My friend and I hiked up to about 7000 feet, give or take, and had lunch by a glacier. We could see Mount St. Helen smoking in the

Turkey: Kas

Another bus–this time during the day. There was not a night bus to take me to Kas. Located along the Mediterranean, Kas was more of a resort town. There were plenty of ancient sites to see–but the beaches and restaurants

Turkey: Kas

Another bus–this time during the day. There was not a night bus to take me to Kas. Located along the Mediterranean, Kas was more of a resort town. There were plenty of ancient sites to see–but the beaches and restaurants

Finding the unique in the familiar

Friend Ashby and I were discussing Dylan lyrics when we tripped upon this phrase: finding the unique in the familiar. Not an original idea, but worth revisiting. My photo students often struggled with subject matter. They felt stifled because their

Finding the unique in the familiar

Friend Ashby and I were discussing Dylan lyrics when we tripped upon this phrase: finding the unique in the familiar. Not an original idea, but worth revisiting. My photo students often struggled with subject matter. They felt stifled because their

Guardians

After grad school I was still running around with my big camera and spot meter. These images are from Virginia and Maine. They are printed on silver gelatin paper, sized 20″ x 24″. They are physically large, but very quiet.

Guardians

After grad school I was still running around with my big camera and spot meter. These images are from Virginia and Maine. They are printed on silver gelatin paper, sized 20″ x 24″. They are physically large, but very quiet.

Turkey: Selcuk and Ephesus

Turkey does not have an expansive train system so the bus is the way to get around the country. Traveling overnight on the bus saves daylight hours for exploration. There are a couple of stops each trip for rest room

Turkey: Selcuk and Ephesus

Turkey does not have an expansive train system so the bus is the way to get around the country. Traveling overnight on the bus saves daylight hours for exploration. There are a couple of stops each trip for rest room