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A Wine Filled Year book cover

As these things happen, ideas get modified. You put something out, you collaborate with people, they make suggestions. Sometimes, your ideas are solid, and your vision is complete, and you know it’s great, so you consider the suggestions, weigh them … Continue reading

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Wine for a Year: Grape Effects

I don’t know how much to say about this one…it’s always hard to talk about abstract pieces. I don’t want to tell you what you should feel or think about it. So I’ll just give you the technical data, and … Continue reading

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Beautiful: Diagonal Rail

You wouldn’t know it to watch me cook, or to look at my stacks of books, piles of papers, or by the clothes I wear, but I love minimalistic photos. I like having a single important element, and making my … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: Moonrise over Port Ellen

You cannot, as a landscape photographer, ever title a piece “Moonrise …” without wondering if it lives up to Ansel Adams’ snapshot entitled “Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico.” Adams? A snapshot?! That’s right. He’s blasting down the highway, sees the scene, … Continue reading

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Project: Something New

Life is an incredibly interesting place. You never know what’s around the next corner, and you don’t know if it’s something beautiful or awful or revelatory. I recently got to stumble into something that was both beautiful and revelatory, and … Continue reading

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