Tag Archives: pink

Beautiful: Rose

Georgia O’Keeffe knew it. Legions of poets have known it since the beginning of time, and I’m sure that with a little work, I could name someone other than Shakespeare. Flowers are sexy. Orchids are beautiful, but somewhat terrifying. Roses, … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: Poronin, Poland

While you’re sleeping, keeping the bed nice and warm, having that dream where you’re on the 18th tee at St. Andrews, I’m out driving around the countryside, looking for photos. Sometimes, anyway. Okay, often, I’m just sitting in my living … Continue reading

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Lesson: Process for Punch

People often say they don’t process their digital images, thinking that it makes for a more pure experience of their photography. I disagree with that sentiment for a number of reasons. First, your camera is processing the images, whether you … Continue reading

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Star Trails in Violet

This is my favorite mountain photo, by any photographer. I looooove that it’s mine. So what the hell’s going on with it, right? Here’s the thing…the Soviet Union did a great deal of experimentation in Kazakhstan. They did some social … Continue reading

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Roses in the Afterglow

I came of age in the early 80s, so a lot of my mind is filled with post-nuclear-apocalypse terrors. I still kind of fear that the Soviet Union will attack, that nuclear holocaust will destroy us all, that a computer … Continue reading

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