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...

Quiet(er) places

ÔÇťOutside, there was that predawn kind of clarity, where the momentum of living has not quite captured the day. The...

Warm and cold. Hard and soft. Big and small. Back on December 28th, I wrote this post about photographic style. In it, I indicated that no one could probably pick out my style in a line up of photographs. Julie…

Gimme some money, man! Yesterday, the weather was really warm so I decided to spend an afternoon in Asheville, NC. There’s always something to see there. It’s pretty much a “hippy” town. There are even a couple of head shops…

Fritz and Pedro – Frio River, Leakey, TX 1996 or so While continuing to dig through the archives, I came upon this negative, taken with my Yashica Mat 124G, back some 16+ years ago. Of course, I have cropped it…

There have been many times when I’ve been exceptionally happy that I took up photography as a bobbie; today was one of those times. Although I moved about 7 months ago, I still have a couple of boxes that have…

I never really know where I might find an influence for the final output of a photo. Of late, I’ve been thinking that I want to do more post processing to some of my photos. The problem, sometimes, is that…