Flying Along


A fter reading Storyteller, many of you know I like blurry motion pictures. I try not to publish too many of them because, you know, you’d get bored. For that matter it’s the same reason musicians playing a concert don’t play five or six fast songs in a row. They — and me — tryContinue reading “Flying Along”

Once In A Lifetime


O nce upon a time I lived and worked in a far place. In Asia, in China, in Hong Kong. Sounds glamorous doesn’t it? It wasn’t. Just like most “glamorous” ventures, the hard work and effort is usually done in the deep background that most people never see. In order to do my job IContinue reading “Once In A Lifetime”

Bring The Donut Army


B efore I tell you about New York City and these pictures let me tell you about the headline. I was listening to a podcast. One of the presenters told a bad joke. It was along the lines of what do donuts say to people who are eating them? There are dozens of us. ThisContinue reading “Bring The Donut Army”

Light


A strange thing happened to me on the way to Storyteller. I started looking at a huge amount of past work. Sure, I pass through my archives on the way to a certain picture, but I don’t usually browse around. I’m pretty efficient. This time I took a long look around. I started thinking aboutContinue reading “Light”

Don’t Call Them Trollies


N ew Orleans is known for a lot of things. One of them is our streetcars. The green streetcars run along St.Charles Avenue and, eventually, Carrolton. They are the most of famous of the two. The red cars run up Canal Street and eventually end up at City Park. This is little portfolio came togetherContinue reading “Don’t Call Them Trollies”

Twilight


T his testing isn’t easy. There are tricks and traps everywhere. I found a way to change type color. “Ah ha!,” I thought. Wrong again. Even though WordPress says it’s block, Tag Clouds are not. You can’t anything to them except remove them once they are applied. I suppose there is a way to changeContinue reading “Twilight”

All a Dream


Night time, not in the switching yard. Things change at night. Things look a little mysterious. Things look a little spooky. And, night photography can hide a multitude of sins. I wasn’t hiding anything this time. It was mostly just timing because guess who wanted to go for a walk at night time. We normallyContinue reading “All a Dream”

Streetcars


Streetcar. In New Orleans, we have streetcars. Streetcars. Not trolleys. Not trains. Streetcars. I wouldn’t have my back up, but a women with whom I attended high school is in town with four of her “girlfriends.” They finally left the French Quarter and rode up St. Charles Avenue. On a green streetcar. A good thingContinue reading “Streetcars”

Into the Night


Earhart Expressway. I like this road. Originally it was built as sort of a back door from New Orleans to the airport, which although it is owned by The City of New Orleans, is located in Kenner. A small town in Jefferson Parish. About 12 miles away from the city. When we first returned afterContinue reading “Into the Night”