Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category
Road Trip Exhibit at the Saratoga Public Library
I am pleased to announce that I have an exhibit of photographs on display in the lobby of the Saratoga Public Library. It’s my hometown library, so I’m happy to be there! I originally submitted an application over two years ago, but the demand was such that I was scheduled two years in advance. Well, […]
This is a raccoon footprint preserved in dried mud in a salt flat here in the Bay Area. Over the last year and a half, I’ve gotten interested in animal tracking. Not trailing animals, attempting to follow or find them, but identifying their tracks and types of movement. It has opened up an additional vista […]
I actually made this photograph a couple of years ago while I was shooting railroad images at the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad in New Mexico. These trees were growing on a hillside next to the highway. I thought it was interesting how they grew straight up from such a steep embankment.
The Church at Davenport
St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Davenport, California. It was built in 1915 entirely out of cement from the nearby cement plant. I have always liked the look of this small church and I often stop by when driving up the coast from Santa Cruz.
Sunday Afternoon Sightseeing
I went for a “sightseeing” tour around town with the wife today. I only take her to the best places, as you can see. 🙂
A musician friend of mine, Scott Kinsey, performed in Los Angeles a couple of weeks ago, and I was able to catch the band for a night before heading to New Mexico. Here are some some photos I took of the Zawinul Legacy Band. The Zawinul Legacy Band Hadrien Feraud Katisse Buckingham Robert Thomas, Jr. […]
Charles Cramer’s Digital Printing for the Fine Art Photographer Workshop
Last weekend I attended Charles Cramer’s Digital Printing for the Fine Art Photographer workshop. (That’s Charlie pictured above, about to take a look at one of my test prints.) It’s something I’ve wanted to do for years, and I’m glad that I did. I had a great time and came back energized to take my […]
The 139th Running of the Kentucky Derby
I was lucky enough to attend the Kentucky Derby for the seventh time as part of the Sports Illustrated crew. Here are 15 or so from this year’s trip. I don’t have any of the race itself because it was doing work for SI at the time. A scene from “the backside,” where the barns […]
Babe the Muffler Man stands watch at Babe’s Mufflers on The Alameda in San Jose. Supposedly he’s been there since at least 1960, but the leading authority on muffler men claims the first one was made in about 1962. It was a Paul Bunyan character. The hands were arranged to hold his axe, but the […]
The prominent neon sign mounted atop the front of Lucky Boy restaurant in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It was closed when I visited, but from the outside it looks like a classic dive, with Chinese food and hamburgers offered. And sure enough, the Yelp reviews confirm it. “It’s about as divey as you can get without […]