Tag: PAD

  • Not Many Miles To Go

    When I lived in Albuquerque I was invited to take part in a photo competition. I usually don’t do those things because often they become popularity contests. Not this time. This was, what we used to call in school, a shoot off. Every photographer competed with every other photographer for a specific period of time, […]

  • I’ll Be Gone

    The picture a day project lead to a lot of day trips. It lead me to a place near Cerrilos, New Mexico. That’s where I found this Bel Air parked in a Trade Post lot. Normally, I’d go inside, talk to the folks who were there and buy something, usually water. Nobody was around, so […]

  • The Story

    Once upon a time. I made an executive decision last night while I was searching for a particular picture. I didn’t find it, but I did find something called the PAD project. PAD is the acronym for picture a day. I forced myself to make one picture everyday whether I had paying work or not. […]

  • Once A Day

    Well, I’m looking back. But, not so far back given that March just ended yesterday. Please take a look at my small collection of pictures from what appears to be my never-ending project called, PAD, or picture a day. I started this thing four years ago. Every time that I reach the end of one […]

  • February PAD

    This post should take about 100 years to produce. The categories and tags alone will take a long, long time to write. Anyway. PAD. Picture a Day. A lot of photographers do this. Some don’t make it. It’s a really tough discipline to shoot SOMETHING everyday. Some guys claim that they only shoot when their […]