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Autumn!

Autumn!

We’ve had a full and creative year (plus some months) here on the Peninsula. Although you wouldn’t know it given my lack of posting. I must prefer the doing over the reporting. Here’s the thing… I built this website as we “moved north to make art by the sea.” I thought I would post more as a way to build a business. But, as it turns out, our day jobs are rather fulfilling, so pursuing a livelihood with what we make…

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Southwest Trip 2014

Southwest Trip 2014

I was recently reviewing my photographs from a whirlwind trip that Pam and I took back in late April of 2014.  I thought it might make a fun post, as well as being a good opportunity to try and choose some of the strongest photos from the many that I took during that busy six day excursion. We flew from Portland to Phoenix, rented a car and immediately hit the road for the Grand Canyon, where we would be staying…

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The Faces Of Rialto Beach

The Faces Of Rialto Beach

The kid in “The Sixth Sense” said, “I see dead people.” As for me, I see faces…and animals, angels, demons and characters from movies and comic books. It’s been that way for as long as I can remember. Whether it’s clouds, grain and knots on a wooden fence or paint splatters on the floor – I’ll find something. My theory as to why that happens is that it’s a combination of a very active imagination and the mind’s desire to…

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2017 Photo Review – Part Two

2017 Photo Review – Part Two

Part two of my 2017 photo review will include 12 images that were taken after Pam and I moved to Sequim, Washington. I found that this second part was harder to narrow down than the first half. I know from experience that it’s harder to get perspective on quality with photographs that are recent. Compounding the problem is that everything is new to me around here, thus exciting! I originally had chosen 20 images, but that was clearly too many…

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2017 Photo Review – Part One

2017 Photo Review – Part One

Photographers love to look back on a year’s harvest of photos and I am no exception.  In this post I’m going to include a few photographs from the first half of the year that meant something to me for one reason or another,  along with some brief descriptions. 2017 was a year that Pam and I took a big leap of faith and left the stability we’d established in Portland and relocated to the Olympic Peninsula.  This had been a…

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