Archive for August, 2012

While looking over some of my work from past months I noticed that grids have been showing up. (Just see the previous two posts!) Here’s another grid … a found still-life. I like the mystery of the numbers in this. What does “82” mean? And whose red shoes are those? Don’t ask me … because […]

Window Abstract


In reviewing some photos this one attracted my attention for its abstract qualities. I love that the two missing glass panes reveal an unfiltered view of the outside world. Even though this is a still image, confined by square shapes I think it conveys movement. Maybe it’s because I was there and can recall the […]

When I visit a location my first response is to shoot the obvious, big picture. Once I’m satisfied that I’ve ‘got it’ I try to remember to move in to capture some of the details as well. I guess we could call these detail shots ‘found still-lifes’. When the subjects are weathered, worn, rusty and […]

While thinking about the upcoming fall Catskill Photographers Weekend (October 12-14) I realized that I never posted photos from the past spring trip. Better late than never … below are a few favorites. I especially enjoyed photographing the early morning reflections on a pond filled with lily pads. While scouting I grabbed a quick shot […]

Forsaken Farm


In my last post I talked about exploring new ideas while continuing to shoot my usual subjects. That certainly includes my love for old barns. I often say in jest that I could make an abandoned barn, coffee table book. On a recent trip and early morning shoot I captured this barn that begged to […]



There hasn’t been a post from me in recent weeks because I have been busy … evolving! (Or at least, trying to!) At the beginning of this year I began examining my work and goals. I thought ‘what now … more of the same … where do I want to go from here?’ The thing […]