Took a long while …

2020 was photographically speaking not the most exciting years, hazy skies from forest fires in the west for most of the summer, monsoon cancelled, winter a no show, until this week and today the clearing winter storm with Ansel Adams like drama in the sky. Of course this happens right on a day when the … Continue reading Took a long while …

Short walk, mostly in Black and White

Just took 2 years to find a nearby trail, popular with locals. A friendly neighbor pointed it out and showed it to me. So I returned another day, when we had least a few clouds. Most likely will require another visit when there is a little more drama in the sky. For now the few … Continue reading Short walk, mostly in Black and White

Revisiting the past

Trying to show my youngest one how to make something ordinary look interesting with light we took a look at Edward Weston's pepper no 30. He didn't even recognize it as a pepper. Of course you can't blame the kid, Monsanto and Co have made sure that all peppers arriving on super market shelves look … Continue reading Revisiting the past

Diablo Canyon NM

This will be a short post. North west of Santa Fe is Diablo Canyon, you reach it on Rt 77, passing through some ranch land and finally stopping at a dramatic gorge. It is the entry way to a nice hike down to the Rio Grande. I headed out there on a grey day but … Continue reading Diablo Canyon NM

Time travel

This is a bit of a personal journey back in my own history. Some 25 years ago I spent a year in Strasbourg France, the year and place where my oldest son was born. From my parents I had learned a little bit of black and white darkroom technique using two old folding cameras, one … Continue reading Time travel

New Mexico Golden Hours

Over the past two weeks I got a lucky break and was able to take some quick morning trips, while kids where still sleeping, and an evening trip to do a little shooting in medium format. Of course whenever you leave home the first thing that you encounter are these never ending roads. Along the … Continue reading New Mexico Golden Hours

Black and White rocks

This post is a series of black and white images of boulders and rocks only. Clearly black and white is the obvious choice and with it texture becomes the dominant theme. Texture means detail and detail requires large size to be appreciated, which explains why I opted for large images even though I run the … Continue reading Black and White rocks