Ok. I should first admit that I’m late…Yeah… very late with this post. It’s halfway through the month, more than halfway to Thanksgiving, and potentially most of the way to being irrelevant. What can I say…life got in the way, but I really wanted to share a few images from this year’s Dia de Los […]Read more "Dia de Los Muertos…the Late Edition"
“It is unthinkable to allow complete strangers, whether individually or collectively as state legislators or others in government, to make such personal decisions for someone else.” Sarah Weddington As a photographer, how do you capture the message, passion, & determination of people united to make their voices heard? That was the question that I faced […]Read more "Her Body, Her Choice – Women’s Reproductive Rights Rally"
“…Take kindly the counsel of the years, gracefully surrendering the things of youth Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune. But do not distress yourself with dark imaginings. Many fears are born of fatigue and loneliness. Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself. You are a child of the universe no […]Read more "Photographic Therapy"
So…as everyone keeps saying, 2020 has been an interesting year. LOL! – understatement of a lifetime, right? It’s like we’ve been in a constant state of waiting for the other shoe to drop…when there’s an unlimited number of shoes. So, like you, I’m not sure that the election of Joe Biden & Kamala Harris to […]Read more "DTLA Biden/Harris Victory Rally"
Charcoal Sun Standing in the light of a charcoal sunIrradiated and consumed by dark particlesThrough haze, I can barely seeI shield my eyes from the lightMy hands burnMy clothes are worn awayMy skin is raw There is no shade R. FosterRead more "In the Light of a Charcoal Sun"
What is it that grabs a street photographers eye – something interesting, something unique, a pattern, a person, an evolving situation? Well, I’d guess all of the above. Of course, we hope that “thing” that grabs our attention leads to an incredible image. But, as street photographers, we have to admit that taking the image […]Read more "One Shot: The Descent"