Monthly Archives: August 2016

Odds & Ends + Dumb Ole Cowboy

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It’s occurred to me many times, no matter what I’ve been, what I am, or what I’ll be, all in all, I’m still just a “dumb ole cowboy”. That’s okay with me. In fact, lately when we get a cool … Continue reading

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Combined Visions

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I am sure I’ve pondered what my objectives are while making pictures way too many times over the years. Still, I did that because…..well, it matters to me. I believe almost every picture that’s made is a statement of some … Continue reading

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Who Are You?

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When I write the sort of post I am today, one of the understandable mistakes that personal friends sometimes make, is that they think I am referring to them. When I write about “people” other than myself, it is almost … Continue reading

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It’s a Small (and wild) World

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While summer is still with us, I wanted to share some recent images from other photographers of nature’s littlest creatures. This cool shot of a spider in backlight was made by Paula Sanchez. Light, including its direction, can take an … Continue reading

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Crossroads

Shortly after publishing my last post (now moved to August 16, 2015), I did something I don’t often do but should, I reread it. I had not bothered to proofread the article and it showed. Many grammatical errors. In some … Continue reading

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Clouds or Sun? & Other Stuff

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I have often sang the praises of creating landscape images under overcast skies. While I think every nature photographer knows that the magic hours of sunrise/sunset under clear skies can be a great time for image making, I notice few … Continue reading

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The Literal Abstract

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When you look at the dictionary definition of the word abstract, as an adjective in the singular as it pertains to art, it is incomplete as we use it today. The abstract photograph, as I know it and see it, … Continue reading

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