Posted on November 24, 2017
We took a boat for a sunset cruise up and down the Zambezi river yesterday. To say it was memorable would be an understatement. Many different kinds of birds, hippos, crocodiles, water buffalo; you name it and it was there.
The light when I took this shot was right out of the African Queen movie!
Posted on November 10, 2017
As photographers, studying light is what we do. Right? That’s why, when Sarah and I went to Mass MoCA yesterday, the James Turrell exhibit was such a treat. Here’s an artist who uses light to “connect the light outside us with the light inside us”.
For me Turrell’s work goes deep inside me and touches a world that normally sits quietly behind my consciousness just out out of reach.
Posted on October 13, 2017
The more I take photographs the more I’m drawn to the simple power of black and white. I think B&W removes the crutch that beautiful color can provide and leaves composition and tonality in charge. It pares down an image and often that seems to provide more emotional depth.
Posted on April 9, 2017
Aren’t we all?
Posted on April 7, 2017
We used to travel a lot. Digging through some of my old “road” pictures, I came upon this one. I’ve got no idea where I took this but clearly the shafts and splotches of light were of interest, as were the multiple doorways. The soft muted browns don’t hurt either.
Posted on March 30, 2017
Sometimes the god of good light gives me a present.
Posted on December 10, 2016
As darkness descends and starts to blot out what was once more easily seen, lighted windows provide keyholes to the interior lives of our backyard neighbors.