Photography as a relationship

Yesterday, as I was browsing through my Lightroom catalog, looking at photos from different times, different subjects, I noticed how...

I guess that you can’t have too many saws

Siesta time When I moved here, two years ago, I didn’t have any saws. Nope. Nary a one. Then, I...

Back to the office

Back to Cubicleville. Actually, this layout looks more like a honeycomb hideout. If the spaces were aligned, we’d have hexagons...

Low-speed Internet for $13/day

See that guy there, reclining, watching the world go by? That’s about the speed of the Internet connection at the...

From top down: Moon, Jupiter, Mercury, lighthouse By the time that I left work today, about 5:15, or so, the sun was nearly at the horizon. Sunset was 5:21 PM. I figured that I could at least make it to…

I don’t use live view often, but it can come in handy. I find it pretty useful for taking shots that are close to the ground, especially when I don’t feel like getting my cheeks on the wet grass or…

Click for more photos Yesterday, I went back to a place that my friend Earl took me too: The Bullhole. The Bullhole is small dam that provides a minimal amount of electricity for something, but provides and infinite variety of…

Christmas is a time for, it seems, lots of traditions. Our family has its own little traditions. Every major holiday, I cook. This afternoon as I was washing a batch of collard greens, I took a short trip down memory…

End of season Unlike most of you, I have a finite photography budget! So, when I buy a new piece of equipment, I have to balance my desire, the functionality, and quality of the item. If I want a higher…