I'm torn between making Star Wars puns or referencing "Spatula City" from the movie "UHF".
Made in the early 1980's this one still features a map of something called the USSR. That said, here's Australia!
Most holiday items are away in boxes but this defiant snowman keeps vigil over the collection of boxes in the basement.
An image from my ongoing "Fall project" series.
I got in the habit of doing these self portraits when I shot film and I'm glad I did. It is now, generally speaking, the only way…
I photographed exactly one engagement session with the Minolta SRT-102 back when I photographed weddings for a living. I had fun…
This birdhouse was, for years, my "test" subject whenever working with a new lens or camera. I knew what to expect when photograp…
This is one of the most important reasons we make photographs: to remember. I miss this dog. Sure, I used a Minolta camera but i…
This one was photographed in the middle of winter standing in one of the trenches I made for my dogs. The colors here are a repre…
Macro and close-up photos of the camera.
...and he needs to keep it down; my head is killing me!
Have become pseudo mascots for my Channel Electronic endeavors.
According to Beck you need two of these and a microphone.
Kodak has recently announced its intention to begin making Ektachrome slide film again! Perfect for the new memories I have yet to…
I usually try to wait until the last of the trees give up their leaves before raking.
Wider angle photograph of Jack as he keeps an eye on what Patrick is up to.
A fight for the orange bull.
I had let the grass go too long that season and they were enjoying the fresh cut trimmings. Something to roll around in.
Silhouette a few days into the Fall season 2015.
He stood still just long enough for me to make this photograph of him using my dad's 200mm Rokkor lens.
The title is a reference to the off-axis angle I chose for this image which is from my ongoing "Fall project" series.