Tag Archives: Hamburg

The Chillin’ Place

If you have not already figured it out yet, I LOVE music.  And I LOVE using music to put me in the right mood as I edit my photographs.  When my buddy in Hamburg showed me this place, I immediately knew I had to share it with you all, and I knew exactly what kind […]

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My eyes seek reality…

How many times have we walked past a homeless person, perhaps living under a bridge such as this one, not even taking a moment to acknowledge their existence.  We just, walk on by.  These nameless, faceless people, curled up, huddled under blankets against the cold bitter world outside.  When I just walk by, I spend […]

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Out with the old?

Where does the time go?  Here I am, another year gone, and it’s out with the old, and in with the new!  Right?  Hold on there.  What’s up with this whole “out with the old, in with the new” thing?  What’s wrong with old?  I don’t know about you, but for me, at least, “old […]

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Did it really look like that?

The answer to that question, at least in photography subjective. I just started reading David duChemin‘s latest masterpiece, “Vision & Voice”, in which David talks about hearing this question from someone in the audience while he and fellow photographer Matt Brandon were lecturing at the Himalaya Club in New Dehli, India. David’s bottom line answer […]

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