Archive for the ‘Tilden Park’ Category

Every now and then I try to break out of my own shell and do something different. This ambition applies to many aspects of my life – food, wines, cars, clothes. More often than not I default back to what I know and what I love. But at least I tried, and often something new […]


There is an embarrassment of riches in raptors these days. The other night it rained (slightly) and the next morning I decided to neglect my responsibilities for a short bit and take a walk in Tilden Park to photograph what I saw. I was picturing in one of the meadows I frequent and out of the corner […]


Hello World, It has been a dreadfully long time since I’ve posted anything on this blog. I won’t bore you with the details of why, or what’s been going on, but I plan to make an effort to add a few posts soon, to exercise my words and as a way to organize a few […]


The other night I had an opportunity to take my first dusk-time photo walk in Tilden Park in a very long while. I grabbed a quick bite while the light softened and then headed up.  The frustrating thing is that the major sewer project is still ongoing and I had to park further away from […]


Dark Time

15May14

Seems the only time there is for photographs is night time, and only on rare occassions. Might as well take what you can get.


Restarting

03Mar14

Let’s face it – this photography blog has been shuttered. There have been numerous topics and posts that have come to mind, but the fact of the matter is that I have backed off from serious work and serious thought. I have simply been busy; photography is not a full-time proposition for me. I still […]


At work I was talking with a friend about one of my photographs hanging in my office, one of the few that I have ever printed. It is an older print from the Ground series, actually one of the photographs that inspired the series. We are both designers and he is also a part-time photographer […]