Category Archives: landscape

GUADALUPE RIVER

This is an older photograph but it holds a certain amount of pride for me, it’s the first photograph I had published in a book. The book was titled “Texas On A Roll, Images of Texas by Texas Photographers“. It

GUADALUPE RIVER

This is an older photograph but it holds a certain amount of pride for me, it’s the first photograph I had published in a book. The book was titled “Texas On A Roll, Images of Texas by Texas Photographers“. It

THE POWER OF LIGHT

This is another image that made me stop while driving. I’m still in work-print stage as I think the file can be tweaked further to improve the sky and foreground. The fence was that white and it’s what caught my

THE POWER OF LIGHT

This is another image that made me stop while driving. I’m still in work-print stage as I think the file can be tweaked further to improve the sky and foreground. The fence was that white and it’s what caught my

SQUARED COLOR

Black and white always seemed logical and intuitive to me. Additionally, I see my images in black and white even before they’re made with the camera.Since the development of digital technology and inkjet printing I can now print my color

SQUARED COLOR

Black and white always seemed logical and intuitive to me. Additionally, I see my images in black and white even before they’re made with the camera.Since the development of digital technology and inkjet printing I can now print my color

ARCHER CITY AND ANARENE

I’ve always been intrigued by Archer City, Texas. It’s a small town (1,848 population) in north central Texas about one hour south of the Oklahoma border. Oil country. Cattle country. My wife’s family is from Olney, just 19 miles southwest

ARCHER CITY AND ANARENE

I’ve always been intrigued by Archer City, Texas. It’s a small town (1,848 population) in north central Texas about one hour south of the Oklahoma border. Oil country. Cattle country. My wife’s family is from Olney, just 19 miles southwest

LARGE FILM, LARGE CACA

That’s actually a quote. During a photo workshop with Anne Kurutz I started to notice a lot of dust on my negatives after switching from a 35mm Olympus OM-1 to a Yashica Mat 124G twin lens reflex that uses 120

LARGE FILM, LARGE CACA

That’s actually a quote. During a photo workshop with Anne Kurutz I started to notice a lot of dust on my negatives after switching from a 35mm Olympus OM-1 to a Yashica Mat 124G twin lens reflex that uses 120

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, ELLSWORTH, MAINE

I made this photograph of the First Congregational Church in Ellsworth, Maine while on a trip to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. My good friend Carl and I stopped when we saw the steeple. We had driven quite a

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, ELLSWORTH, MAINE

I made this photograph of the First Congregational Church in Ellsworth, Maine while on a trip to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. My good friend Carl and I stopped when we saw the steeple. We had driven quite a

ROADSIDE ATTRACTIONS

I drive a lot with my work selling and setting up mobile concrete batching and mixing equipment for Cemco http://www.cemcoinc.com. I prefer driving as I have my own vehicle, tools and space but, more importantly, I get to see new

ROADSIDE ATTRACTIONS

I drive a lot with my work selling and setting up mobile concrete batching and mixing equipment for Cemco http://www.cemcoinc.com. I prefer driving as I have my own vehicle, tools and space but, more importantly, I get to see new