|Butternut Squash, Studies and Abstractions, East Conway, NH, October 2, 2003|
Google tells me that I've made 500 blog posts over the last ten years. My records show 470 so we can agree on two things: it's a lot and I can't count. My first post was in 2006 but I only did a handful. Then in 2009 I got after it and haven't missed a post since. Topped out at 74 a couple of years when I was an undisciplined young man.
For this post I want to do something to recognize your endurance. It can't have been easy.
Here beginning with "Butternut Squash" above, it's the one I think of as the seminal image in my return to photography, are a few oh so carefully chosen photographs that trace my ascendancy from a total novice I was to the total novice I am today.
The captions tell the tale. You'll find the title, the name of the series of which the image was the first and location and date. I hope you'll click on the image in your email notice so you can see each one full size. As always your comments are most appreciated. Thanks for watching.
|Vanishing Point, At the Edge of What's Left, Pine Ridge Reservation, SD, July 23, 2004|
|John Snyder, Monumental Heads, North Conway, NH, September 8, 2004|
|Silent Running, The Fog Series, Putney, VT, October 2, 2005|
|Bicyclists, Street Series, Munich, Germany, March 29, 2006|
|Sagrado Corazon, Divine Light, Peñasco, NM, August 1, 2006|
|Brush Strokes, The Fog Series, Taos, NM, December 4, 2007|
|Found Art, Found Art Series, Rinconada, NM, March 7, 2008|
|Cuba and Perros, The Last Shepherd, Taos Plateau, NM, December 26, 2011|
|Vielle Ferme, Baudinard sur Verdon, France, September 23, 2012|