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winter’s here

Unsurprisingly, the winter doldrums have arrived. Maybe even heavier than usual. Reading and studying have been occupying much of my time. Since they seem to be well-known and they come up all the time on my Amazon homepage, I borrowed … Continue reading

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low color

One thing that continues to amaze and confound me is the amount of black & white photography you see everywhere these days. On my streams at Google+, Tumblr, and Flickr, it’s sometimes almost half of the photos that appear, even … Continue reading

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contingency

Photography, for me, aims at the ephemeral. There is endless motion in the world, its causes infinite. And yet there are the chaotic streams and eddies that build up our life in the world. A photograph stops a moment of … Continue reading

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hazy

This afternoon was the opening for the Branch, Leaf, Blossom show. It went well; had some nice comments on my pieces. The show has a wide variety stylistically, from fairly extensively processed to more or less straight. Mine are closer … Continue reading

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aesthetics

When there’s something you see, what is your reaction? Does it burn into your brain? Make you want to shout? So many things can generate such a response. And some of them are unusual, quirky. Those are the ones I … Continue reading

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