Entries in the ‘People’ Category:

Riders on the Shore

A group of mystery riders emerges from the thick fog of a Pacific Northwest shoreline

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The Photographers Hour

Second Beach, near the town of La Push, in Washington’s Olympic Peninsula is an undisputed, world-renowned photographic “icon.” So, the last time I was there, in late September, I was not surprised to find a crowd of photographers all waiting for the sun to touch down on the horizon at sunset. Well, I’ve [...]

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Golden Dawn Columbia

And then the sun came and painted the clouds golden — way beyond a mere silver lining. The stars faded before it. And the features of the gorge started to come into clear focus. Words from “Morning has broken” , reverberated in my mind.
“Mine is the sunlight, mine is the morning
Born [...]

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Postcard from the Coast

A long weekend ahead (for US readers) and many of you will be at the coast. So I remembered this postcard that I made a couple of years ago.
Judging from the way people are dressed you can safely assume this coast is nowhere near the… South Pacific.
And all the seagull action reminds [...]

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Along the Oregon trail

(Review of popular images, part II)
I know, I know, this doesn’t quite look like the covered wagons of Hollywood fame — no canvas top, no tar seal between its planks to help it float across rivers, no harness for the oxen… yet this pile of old wood and rusty metal has something those sleek reproductions [...]

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Adventures in macro Photography

My recent focus has been in landscape/cityscape work, but my passion for Photography started all the way back in the early 1960s — time enough for me to have dabbled in all areas of this visual art. So, when my wife recently asked me to photograph her grandmother’s heirloom ring (circa late 1800s) I [...]

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Bouncer

Sorry no minors beyond this point. Besides… where’s your scuba gear?

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It’s not the camera

This worn-out comment, relevant to the making of an enjoyable image is commonly used to suggest “it’s the photographer.” But… Is it? Just like the thought implied if only one question is asked (”What camera did you use?”) to suggest that all the credit should instead go to [...]

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I prefer Nature/Cityscapes…

But… when the groom is my son, and the venue is outdoors… I could make an exception, and shoot a wedding. (Which, I did this last Sunday)

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