“Folded in”, an aborted photography project featuring the California Poppy, Eschscholzia californica

Not all photography projects end up being completed, but all of them result in learning. In this blog post, I write about an aborted project portraying folded flowers of the California poppy.

Rush Ranch, 2022 story on Frames Magazine online

This week’s blog post is a link, to the story behind my photo Rush Ranch, 2022, which went online last week as a FRAMES Magazine story. Enjoy! Rush Ranch, 2022 is part f my project “Light Matters“, which is dedicated to “chasing the light.” The FRAMES Magazine is “a modern photography magazine in a digitalContinue reading “Rush Ranch, 2022 story on Frames Magazine online”

Celebrating “Fascination of Plants Day”: Another view of the dry leaf of the Cecropia

Another view of a dry leaf of the Cecropia, in black and white, reveals a different aspect of this interesting, large leaf found in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil.

Wide open spaces of the West in black and white

Come along with me for a walk in the pasture, along the nearly dry marsh, towards the mountains, and into the light.

Fun with pepper photography in black and white

Peppers are fun to photograph and reveal interesting shapes when looked at from certain angles. In this post, I write about a few photos of these vegetables I have created, in black and white.

Monterey Trees, part two- resilience

I show an image that I have recently uploaded to my Monterey Trees series. I also write a little about different papers I used for test printing.

Working in projects and series- winter tulips, partial conclusion

In this post, I discuss some of the roadblocks I have encountered while working on my Winter Tulips series, and present the partial results of my efforts.