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Got up, got out of bed, dragged a comb across my head.  So, goes the classic Beatles song, “A Day In The Life”.  I was reading a journaling book and one of the assignments was to document your day with … Continue reading

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An architectural Detail is a small piece of the whole, yet it has the power to characterize and define the entire building.  Details tell us what a building is; they are fundamental to the life and personality of a space.  When I was selling windows most of … Continue reading

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  So here is week four of the Project 52.  Week four’s theme is frost on objects.  I figure it’s a good time as winter just started on the 21st of Dec.  So, thank goodness, the days are getting longer.  … Continue reading

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” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]Some portraits from a photo shoot last weekend.  Portraits are a fairly new genre for me.  I’ve come to appreciate the practice and challenge.  The hardest part for me is to find subjects willing to spend … Continue reading

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Fairy is the modern spelling of the word and is often spelt “Faerie”.  Which comes from Middle English and evolved from old French.  Following the etymology further back to the Latin, we get “fata” which means the goddess of fate.  … Continue reading

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New Croton Dam helps supply one of the biggest cities in the world with it’s water needs.  It’s called the New Croton Dam because it replaced the original Croton Dam that was originally up stream from where the dam is … Continue reading

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So I love urban exploration, ruins and hidden treasures, that leave the mark of our time and past. Growing up one of the first singer songwriter songs that I remember was the “Sounds of Silence” by Simon and Garfunkel.  The … Continue reading

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My project “Spheres” finds inspiration from several places, some old and some new. First the old. Believe it or not Aristotelian physics has played a role in this. Not that I know anything about it, but as a child I … Continue reading

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So two of these were processed with the new lightroom pano merge feature. It worked on this a lot better then my first foray into it where it couldn’t handle it at all. The 3rd one is done in photoshop. … Continue reading

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So looking at an image instantly stirs certain things in everyone.  Whether we know it or not we instantly look for and see light and shadows.  We look for the subtleties between the extremes.  The grey between the white and … Continue reading

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The three legged Buddha is an incredible work housed at the Storm King Art Center in NY.  My first thought was that the head was the head was Buddha’s, but after reading the description I have come to think that … Continue reading

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The perfect blossom is a rare thing. You could spend your life searching for it and it would not be a wasted life. Perfect, they are all perfect. Katsumoto The Last Samurai The significance of the cherry blossom tree in … Continue reading

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So here are a few images created from one picture I took at Mercer Museum.  It started as two staircases that are side by side and shot with a wide angle lens.  The key to making this process work is … Continue reading

So I started to take a class on blend modes in Photoshop tonight.  As it started I saw the teacher was starting the class with a smiley face and a picture of the water in a blue lined pool.  So … Continue reading

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I’m probably just old enough to be part of the last generation that would remember the classic American tobacco shop.  You know with the jars of loose tobacco, and racks of pipes, shelves of cigars in boxes, a carousel of … Continue reading

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