Making it mine

I’d been thinking about this for nearly four years, finally, I decided to pull the trigger. I had Lowe’s install...

Beware of seemingly friendly bubbles

So, there I was, out on a walk, minding my own business. I was headed for my normal 1/2 way...

Well, the day started off nicely

Yes. The day started off nicely. I looked out of the back door, there was a full moon, a could...

What the heck is a DXP

Visiting this blog, you might be tempted to think that a DXP is the hottest new camera around, or maybe...

Grape memories

This morning I decided to hang out in the backyard for a bit, taking a few photos when I remembered...

Not many pictures this year, so far

For the most part, I come out of the house at around 6:00 – 6:30 AM, or so, go for...

Who knows where it’s going? When I started with this whole film thing, I had no idea where it would lead. I certainly had no expectations that it would magically make me a better photographer. As a matter of fact…

A Hoboken street portrait. Walking the streets, you never know who you are going to meet. On this particular day, my first day in NYC, I met a group of people from Better Photo. One of the happened to be…

Waiting to go… I was reading a blog today and the author was talking about inexpensive gifts for photographers. Each year, I am less and less concerned with buying stuff, rather, I feel the need/desire to give of myself. Now…

Thanks for the memories “Life must be lived forward, but can only be understood backward.” – Soren Kierkegaard There were a couple of posts that I found interesting. The first was this post by Thomas, entitled: Life needs to get…

Your Dark Side: Olympus 35 LC – Ilford Delta 3200 I really love the unexpected. This photograph was totally unexpected. Tom and I were walking through Greenwich Village on our way out, heading for the subway. It was Halloween evening…