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Back to Olympic

By |August 29th, 2017|Uncategorized|

HOH Tryptich, no.1 After much hemming and hawing, head scratching and pontificating it looks like it's been decided. Back to the Olympic Peninsula the last week of September, 2017. This page has been established to - more than anything else - save the map I created in Google Maps. I couldn't figure out how to preserve the route established without embedding it (or posting it on facebook), so this blog post will serve [...]

Elk Mountain, Wyoming

By |June 1st, 2016|4042n, Believeinfilm, black and white film, Destinations, Environmental, Film Photography, Medium Format, Natural History, Road Trippin', Uncategorized, Wyoming|

South Brush Creek, Snowy Range, Wyoming At first it looked like a brownish, furry lump in the middle of WYO 320. The wind blew and late morning sun peeked in and out of an active sky. Through a dirty windshield it was tough to make out. As the car rolled closer the profile of a small head emerged from the fur, then turned a few times trying to get her bearings then let out a [...]

Olympic National Park, Washington

By |May 24th, 2016|Believeinfilm, Destinations, Environmental, F6, Film Photography, Geographic Interest, Olympic National Park, Pacific Northwest, Uncategorized|

HOH Rainforest Tryptich no.1 Blue Hour, Rialto Beach, Olympic National Park, Washington Kalaloch, Olympic Peninsula, Washington Hall of Mosses, Hoh Rainforest, Olympic National Park, Washington Marymere Falls, Olympic National Park, Washington Northwest Maritime Center, Port Townsend, Washington Blue Hour, Rialto Beach, Olympic National Park, Washington  


By |April 13th, 2016|black and white film, Destinations, F6, Film Photography, Geographic Interest, random•osity, Uncategorized, while you were there...|

Frozen hydraulic hoses on logging truck after snow storm, Fort Collins, Colorado (2016) PUMPER 3, New Raymer, Colorado (2016) Heat shields from nose cone of space shuttle Atlantis, Cape Canaveral, Florida (2015) South Delaney Lake, North Park, Colorado (2015) ELEVATION 7,360 FT. Granite, Wyoming (2015) Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Denver, Colorado Church, Briggsdale, Colorado (2016) Bank, North Omaha, Nebraska (2016) [...]

Cocoa Beach, Florida

By |June 12th, 2015|Destinations, Film Photography, Geographic Interest, Uncategorized, while you were there...|

Cocoa Beach Pier, Cocoa Beach, Florida (2015) Cocoa Beach, Florida (2015) Space Shuttle Atlantis, Kennedy Space Center, Titusville, Florida (2015) Front, Cocoa Beach, Florida (2015) Thank You For Visiting, Cocoa Beach Pier, Cocoa Beach, Florida (2015)

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Happy New Year from the West

By |December 26th, 2014|4042n, Geographic Interest, Natural History, Uncategorized|

As the year winds down there's a tendency to review and reflect - and anticipate with great excitement the upcoming year. The beginning of a new year has always been especially welcomed. Not prone to unrealistic, over enthusiastic expectations, but instead new goals. Fresh starts. Soon we'll travel back to Chicago to visit family. After having done this drive for 30+ years now it's easy to understand those who grow weary of it. For us [...]

Crane Hollow, Boulder County, Colorado

By |December 17th, 2014|4042n, F6, Film Photography, Uncategorized|

At the end of the day it’s light that’s the star. Great light can turn nearly any ordinary scene into something extraordinary. Those days I’m fortunate enough to be out in that wonderful, glorious autumn light with a camera are good days indeed. Making photographs is as much about the process as it is about the final image.

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Walking in Memphis

By |July 31st, 2014|Destinations, F6, Film Photography, Uncategorized|

Memphis has been the subject of many a discussion between my son and I for a few years now. We love road trips and just being in the car together, so when ever we're hunting for a just barely out of reach, crazy destination to spontaneously shoot off to in the middle of the night (from Colorado) - Memphis has been a part of that discussion. Alas, common sense has prevailed and Memphis had remained [...]

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By |July 12th, 2014|Uncategorized|

I've been going through some old images for re-scan and really missing Kodachrome lately. I've also noticed how many more vertical images I made before the computer became the standard for viewing. Vertical images were desirable for publication covers. With 35mm film and a good reproduction they were the norm. These days, with the computer's horizontal aspect ratio dictating how most people view photographs, it seems vertical images are made less - which is another [...]

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