West Texas. Marfa. The Chinati. Checking out “untitled concrete works” by Donald Judd. January 2013. Froze my butt off walking out into the field to get this shot.
2 new TrIpPy cLiCkS
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… Continue reading 2 new TrIpPy cLiCkS
New TrIpPy cLiCkS gallery
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”… Continue reading New TrIpPy cLiCkS gallery
Framing now available on any image.
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… Continue reading Framing now available on any image.
It’s that time of year when we’re still on Daylight Savings Time in the USA and the sun is not rising in Austin until about 7:30 AM. Makes for a rather dark 5:30 AM start for exercise around Lady Bird Lake, actually a river-like constant level reservoir on the Colorado River that gently flows through the Austin city center. At this hour all is… Continue reading Predawn Austin
Puerto Rico memories
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… Continue reading 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… Continue reading Fuerteventura
Guadalupe River memories…
Here’s the sleepy Guadalupe River as it meanders through the Texas Hill Country. At the age of eight I attended Camp Rio Vista on the banks of the Guadalupe and swam in this river almost every day. I recall being scared to death at the first sight of having to swim in the river, as I had only… Continue reading Guadalupe River memories…
A requiem for Key West – Pre Irma
Spent a few days down in Key West, America’s southernmost city, back in 2008 with my youngest son. Top 10 best sunset watching spot ever. The main idea at the time was to do some deep sea fishing. Kind of a bucket list thing. Something neither of us had ever done. We managed to catch about a dozen tuna, although… Continue reading A requiem for Key West – Pre Irma
Throwback Thursday: 2003 in Botswana
Early morning at The Khwai River Lodge in Botswana on 28 June 2003. Since we were in the southern hemisphere it was wintertime and near freezing. Not particularly a good day for a sunrise swim! Elephants roamed freely but were not around when I captured this scene. And while I’m on that subject I encourage you… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: 2003 in Botswana