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Warm on the inside

While I continue my deliberations about my future in photography, I’ve promised that I would still post-process and post photographs I’ve take over the last several months, but have just not had the time or inclination to work on.  This shot, of an old spiral staircase, is one I shot during a fairly recent trip […]

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The Blue Portal to the Within

I’ve seen this unique church entrance just about every day for the last two years, and I keep promising myself that I will photograph it.  It was not until today, as I was returning from an awesome full day of Urban Exploration (URBEX) with Luis dos Santos, a Berlin-based URBEX photographer extraordinaire, that I finally […]

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Return to Sender

While exploring an abandoned mining area in former East Germany, I came across this cool box sitting in the midst of a field of green.  It begged to be photograph, and of course I felt obliged to do so.  I wonder what was in it; suppose I should have opened it up to look, but […]

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The Battery of Longues-sur-Mer

During a recent trip to France, I had the opportunity to spend the day on a guided tour of Normandy.  It’s hard to describe the emotion one feels when standing on such ground, so I won’t try to do so.  What I will do is to show you some photographs of the area, and give […]

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Darkly Everafter

It’s been awhile since I’ve been moved to post something darker, but I’m certainly moved to do so today.  I found this old graveyard on the way out to Soviet Base V, by the way.  For those keeping track, I processed this shot to Nox Arcana’s Darkly Everafter.    

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