Monthly Archives: August 2011

I focus on the pain…

I shot this photograph in a decaying Operating Room of an old abandoned Soviet hospital in former East Germany, a place I had visited a four times, three of them solo.  I can’t begin to describe how creepy it is to visit a place like this alone.  You start to hear things that you hope […]

View full post »

Breathe Your Life into Me

If you’ve been here with me since around the time I started this blog, you know that I love to listen to great tunes when I process my work.  Heck, I’d listen to it when I’m out shooting URBEX as well to help me create, but in those environment, I really need to have all […]

View full post »

Guardian Fireboat No. 2

I had not really planned to put up a blog post today, but I suppose I should at least try to post something new 5 or 6 times a week, perhaps leaving Sundays as a BLOG POST-free day for me.  While I usually post HDR photography, I started working on this non-HDR shot this morning […]

View full post »

The cool swirling waters burbled around my feet

My wonderful wife found this section of the stream about a 100 meters down-stream from where I was shooting.  As there was no cellular service here, she hiked over to where I was get my attention with something along the lines of, “I think you should come see (and photograph) this.”  I know by now […]

View full post »

The last Stage

The historic town of Shasta, today a “Ghost Town” and a California Historic Park, was established in 1848 soon after early California pioneer Pierson B. Reading discovered gold in Clear Creek.  First named Reading Springs, after its founder, the town was renamed Shasta in 1850.  It prospered as a transportation hub for mule trains and stagecoaches […]

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

View full post »