Category: Sunlight

  • The Long View

    When I work in Central City, I shoot I lot of close up images. Even my portraits seem to get right to the heart of the matter. But, on the evening that I made yesterday’s picture, I took a step back. I wanted to see what the view from Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard looked like to […]

  • Old And In The Way.

    First. In the interest of transparency, that title is an old song title, written by Hazel Dickens and popularized by the late Jerry Garcia. That’s a digression. I’m trying to think… I’ve been working on a project in the Central City of New Orleans. It’s taking a lot of my free time. At one point […]

  • The Edge of Town

    It must be my mood. I like this picture. A lot. I don’t know why. It was made in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It is located at the most far western end of Central Avenue, which means it is also where the Albuquerque’s section of old Route 66 comes to an end. This was one of […]

  • And, On The Fourth of July

    I’m not really a big fireworks kind of guy. So, while I was thinking about what to post today, I came up with the idea of a collection of Americana pictures. So here we go.

  • In The Pool

    Just a little more of my newly emerging, and accidental, summertime series.

  • The Streets

    I thought that I would give you a look at some of the places where I’m working on my Central City project. There are some pretty good overalls, but I really wanted to show you yet another person who lives in the area while combining that with the place. This is Harold. Working with him […]

  • See The Light

    Following yesterday’s post, I thought another simple picture was a good idea. This one was made along the Bosque near Albuquerque, New Mexico.

  • Pink-O-Boogie

    I seem to be on a roll with Ry Cooder songs. Most of  these songs are from an album called I, Flathead. Strange desert, country music with a Ry Cooder twist. Makes me think of some of the stranger places that I’ve photographed along Route 66 for that project. So. These pictures were made in […]

  • Sunday Spring

    Here it is. A flower photographed from a flower’s level. A Spring picture. A yellow picture. As the Counting Crows’ Adam Durwitz sings in Jumpin’ Jesus, “why have so much yellow for?” I dunno. I just do.