Monthly Archives: November 2011

To Paris…

Today, I offer another glimpse into my thought processess when I create one of my photographs.  This past Friday evening (11.11.11), after visiting Arlington National Cemetery, I headed to the movie theater to watch J. Edgar (I always enjoy anything Clint Eastwood directs).  Charles A. Lindbergh was a critical element in the film.  On Sunday, after hanging […]

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The End of the Line

When I left Germany to return to the USA, I was afraid my days of great URBEX photography were gone.  Boy was I wrong.  One of the first things I did was to link up with three URBEX groups here in the area, one based in Washington, D.C., one based in the State of Maryland, […]

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The Great Emancipator

I still remember the first proper book report I had to write.  I was in 5th grade, at Ft. Huachuca, Arizona.  I chose Abraham Lincoln as my subject.  I learned a lot about the Great Emancipator and always considered him my favorite American President.  It’s one of the reasons I visited his home and his […]

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Someone Else is Steppin’ In…

As much as I Love post-processing (and I really do), I’m always looking for ways to streamline my workflow.  And while I had been, for years, a Nik Software man, it looks like I’m moving on, baby.  Things really came to head when Nik Software released their latest version of Color Efex Pro, which I […]

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The Last Temptation

Over the last two years in Germany, I’ve had the opportunity to photograph some of the most amazing URBEX locations.  While some of the locations were fairly easy to locate, many others were not.  In any case, accessing most of them, once found, was pretty straight forward.  Sure, there were a few locations with ‘No […]

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