There’s an old, ‘shuttered,’ roadside resort I drive past with some frequency. Across the street there’s a defunct farm. I don’t know if the two were connected in any way other than proximity. I always want to stop and take a few pictures for the “Rust and Dust” series. Recently I did. (O.k. It was … Continue reading Christmas in Oct-Ho-Ho-Ho-ber
On a recent drive with the missus, upon arriving at the first stop sign I leaned over to my wife and asked ‘which way should we go?’ There are two main ways to get to where we were headed. Both paths have been taken many times but one is a little quicker. “Why don’t we … Continue reading Rust & Dust
A collection of inspirational photography on display now.
There are more ‘cameras’ out there than ever before, but not every smart-phone slinging shutterbug knows a lot about shot composition. That’s alright. It’s why there are photographers. We’re supposed to understand a bit about what make an image more than good and where the possibility exists to move the observer, to make them ‘feel’ … Continue reading Mirror:Mirror