Monthly Archives: March 2014

The One That Got Away

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Today’s title probably should have been the ones that got away. With all of the pictures I have made in my life, there are even more that got away from me. No matter how hard I tried, and I did, … Continue reading

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Favorite Things

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We will get to the viewing of photographs, after we decide what are our favorite things. The other day I saw another one of those lists where people chime in with their favorite things. I always struggle with lists like … Continue reading

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Another Day at The Office

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When I used to head out into the predawn darkness for another day in the field, I would give thanks that for me, a day at the office was something very special. Unless you’ve worked a variety of traditional of jobs … Continue reading

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The Anatomy of a Photograph

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The only thing I’d rather do than look at and think about pictures, is first think about pictures and then make them.  Today as is usual, I will do the former rather than the latter. I think this semi-panoramic composition of … Continue reading

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Wings & Things

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Today we have birds, birds and more birds.  Every so often I like to dedicate a post to this topic. I have clicked the shutter more times for birds than any other subject. I truly enjoy working with young Barn … Continue reading

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All Over The Map

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Today’s post is in fact, all over the map. The Badlands of South Dakota is among my favorite places. In certain portions of the Badlands you can almost become overwhelmed by the diversity of rock. Short-medium telephoto lenses help to … Continue reading

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Being Abstract

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Being abstract is a state of mind.  It’s about those moments when the subject begins to fade, and color, shape, tone and texture takes over.  It’s all in how you look at it. Abstracts certainly do not have to appear as unrecognizable … Continue reading

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