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On Tree Stumps and Flowers – Easter Island Style

Wednesday, July 1, 2020
On Tree Stumps and Flowers –  Easter Island Style

There are two subject matters that never fail to distract me from whatever project I'm supposed to be working on – tree stumps and flowers, in b&w of course. Sometimes Nan has to find ways to try and drag me back to the challenge at...

Works in Progress – in Havre de Grace

Sunday, June 28, 2020
Works in Progress – in Havre de Grace

I took my camera out today to where all the wall paintings are going up downtown. Two of them were actively works in progress, so I thought I’d see what I could do with that. What I noticed, with the cloudy, flat lighting, was that the...

Three Portrait Shots – without names at this point

Thursday, June 25, 2020
Three Portrait Shots – without names at this point

Wow, into page nine of folio images from the Island. For a project where the original goal was forty to fifty images, that seems incredible. There are three more portraits here, the kind I prefer to do where I roam around either catching...

"Pan" and Fish

Monday, June 22, 2020
Pan and Fish

The opening image is a personal shot to introduce the first of the two new Folio images below, Best Darn Baker in Hanga Roa. Nan took the shot of me as we emerged from our favorite little panaria in Hanga Roa. These four-part rolls are...

A Couple of "Street" Views – on the Island of course

Thursday, June 18, 2020
A Couple of Street Views – on the Island of course

Even though I was not concentrating at all on what one would have to call "street photography" while on the Island, occasionally I would swing my camera up to capture something interesting. Some of these were taken with a point-and-shoot...

On Tree Stumps and Flowers

Easter Island style

There are two subject matters that never fail to distract me from whatever project I'm supposed to be working on – tree stumps and flowers, in b&w of course. Sometimes Nan has to find ways to try and drag me back to the challenge at hand. The image above though is a tree stump Rapanui style, converted into a fantastic yard carving.. More