Two new additions to my TrIpPy cLiCkS gallery. No filters. No photoshop. Only cropped. Shot this in Buenos Aires a few years ago. Was sipping a nice Malbec at the time. I call it “Barra de Ensueño.” Translates loosely to “Dream Bar” or “Daydream Bar.” This one is from way back in 2006 while visiting Marrakesh, Morocco. This was […]Read More 2 new TrIpPy cLiCkS
Check out my new TrIpPy cLiCks gallery. It’s all designed to be a bit trippy. Otherwise what I call “Happy hour affected imagery.” Anything you see can be mounted, framed and delivered direct to you. Speaking of that, I have two large framed pieces of the above available that I’m offering at a great price. It’s a 22” x 22” […]Read More New TrIpPy cLiCkS gallery
I’m pleased to announce expert custom hand framing and matting is now available on most images in my galleries. Since I don’t shoot or crop all of my photos to fit “normal” off the shelf frame sizes, I’ve arranged to work with some very experienced framers to offer custom hand crafted frames and mattes. They are […]Read More Framing now available on any image.
I’m saddened for those in Puerto Rico affected by the devastating blow from Hurricane Maria. Several relief funds have been put to motion in the wake of Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria. If you have interest in donating, one such fund is United For Puerto Rico, launched by the First lady of Puerto Rico, Beatriz Areizaga, and private corporations. The recent […]Read More Puerto Rico memories
Sharing a tranquil scene that is stilled burned into my mind from 5 years ago this September. Shot this near the end of a long lazy late summer day doing absolutely nothing at Playa de Sotavento de Jandía, a stunning coastal paradise of turquoise water and fine white sand on the southern end of the island of Fuerteventura […]Read More Fuerteventura
I developed a love of photographing beaches and coastlines while living in Ireland. Since it is an island nation, it features nearly 2000 miles (3200km) of varied and mostly spectacular coastline. The waters are pure in most spots, the beaches unspoiled, and you never feel like there is a crowd. There were several times we’d head to a favorite beach and would […]Read More BACKSTORY: Ballyquin Beach
I learned photography by trial and error, and I’m still learning. In junior high I spent most days after school in a slightly larger than phone-booth sized darkroom that my father built, dealing with all those smelly photo chemicals and a totally analog process. Anyone remember Kodak D-76, stop-bath, fixer, and hypo-clear chemical baths? One […]Read More I’m still learning.