In a rush to catch a bus, I stopped to take pictures of some stone benches and art that I’ve walked passed for years. Clicking away, falling into the bending light, a man yelled and told me that he had helped the artist who made them. Unfortunately, in my hurry, I did ask his name, but in a quick search I found […]

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Don’t Look Down

Every now and then I stumble across an image I forgot about or put aside because I knew I liked it, but didn’t do anything with it. I’ll start with one I found today that I have so many titles for, but I’ve taken to Don’t Look Down.

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Black, White, and All The Shades In Between

In high school, before digital, we shot black-and-white film. It was a meditative practice. Five years ago I took some photography classes and one of my instructors was an incredibly passionate and experienced photographer. No-nonsense, hard-core, bad-to-the-bone master printer, Jhanavi Lisa Barnes taught us the zone system and helped us understand highlights and shadows. How to accomplish these things in-camera […]

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Tangerine & Aqua

The Fremont Sunday Market in Seattle is a fun place to walk and peruse art, crafts, vintage goods, and wares. On a hot sunny day, sun blazing overhead, I was feeling experimental. Here, I had fun with exposure. I felt like shooting like how it felt – white hot. I think these would be fun as easy poster prints to hang […]

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Sun streaks and Fire breaks

Snow is in the forecast for the next couple of days. The snapping cold kept us at home today, but we were lucky to have clear blue skies all day. But one of the benefits of our apartment are our our west-facing windows and wood burning fireplace. The Sun also helped inspire me to produce a small […]

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