Monday, May 31, 2010

Open Book

As much as Ranchos Church had been painted and photographed over the years it has a way of showing a new face if you look closely enough. Such was the case in glowing sunset light.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Other World

This emerald green drainage channel of a salt farm in the Mohave Desert was too weird to pass up. The enormous evaporation operation is the primary employer for the tiny village of Amboy. It would take an unusual character to embrace the Amboy life.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Heavy Silence

The sculler's stroked silently as the early morning fog clung to the Connecticut River in Putney, Vermont.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010


This photograph played a big role in switching from film to digital way way back. Taken with a five megapixel point and shoot it had acuity and tons of sweet mid-tones. I had recently purchased a new 4x5 but soon bagged the big box and bought an early Canon 1Ds.

Monday, May 03, 2010

Ranchitos Fog

The fog hung like a gauzy cloak over the grass and nettles on my little ranch in the flats of Taos.

Saturday, May 01, 2010

Air of Melancholy

This one's late folks. On the road and life's a blur. The model here gazes inwardly or so it seems. Later she bid me adieu saying that she was nursing a hangover the size of Montana. Only Alaska, Texas and Montana have bigger morning afters.