Dark In The Computer


This is just plain greed. It’s bad enough that my local NFL football team is the Washington Commanders. I wasn’t the biggest Saints fan, but at least I knew most of the players. I couldn’t find any local channels a few weeks ago, but I didn’t think much of it because we barely watch networkContinue reading “Dark In The Computer”

What Did I Do?


O nce again, I head back to Meta. I’ve been learning a lot about what they are doing with Instagram and Facebook. Yes, they are promoting more video and more content creators. I doesn’t sound like anything good. Photographers on Instagram are complaining that they can’t find the photographers they follow. They are looking forContinue reading “What Did I Do?”

In My Life


N ot business as usual. Not this week, not any week. We’ve all been through something, the worst of which might be over, but it is not over yet. People are still getting sick. We had to cancel two shows. A crew member was sick. America seems to have declared, “pandemic over.” It isn’t. ItContinue reading “In My Life”

Last Stop Texaco


T his hell scape was once a busy roadside stop. They sold fuel, worked on broken down cars and had a little store. That was years ago when the road that ran right in front of it was a busy Route 66. Along came a new Interstate 40. The road in the background is basicallyContinue reading “Last Stop Texaco”

Like a Speeding Bullet


O kay. I’m going to get back on posting track. So, this one is for 1pm Central Time. We’ll just see about that. That sounds a lot like the always infamous, “Just wait until your father gets home.” You know how that used to work, right? Sometimes I wonder why I even bother with DSLRContinue reading “Like a Speeding Bullet”

On This Day


T oday is a big day. In New Orleans, January 6th marks the start of Carnival with a parade through The French Quarter and a streetcar ride. It only grows from here until the season ends on Mardi Gras Tuesday. More importantly, today marks the one year anniversary of the insurrection, storming and temporary takeContinue reading “On This Day”

Everlong


I t seems I went backwards today. My last two posts were artistic in nature. They were pictures that helped you to feel. I hope. This picture is more traditional in the sense that it helps you to see the end of a day as I documented it. It may also help you to feel.Continue reading “Everlong”

Something Tamed, and Something Wild


T his picture started out its life in black and white. That’s not quite true. The original file is color, but because of the way I isolated it against a bald whitish sky it looks black and white. The picture became experimental. I wanted to see if I could introduce some color to a blackContinue reading “Something Tamed, and Something Wild”

Why Would You Wait?


A brand new picture. Imagine that. I went for a walk when the light was right and I started having fun. I just kept making pictures until I was finished, which took a while. I think that I wanted to take the long way home as they say. The funny thing was that the moreContinue reading “Why Would You Wait?”