Quick!…what’s the first thing that comes to mind when I say “Cornhole”? If you’re like me, the answer is “Beavis and Butt-Head“. Nope…that’s “Cornholio”. Suffice to say, I didn’t really know what it was. So imagine my surprise when a couple of weeks ago, I was in a So-Cal town, Santa Paula, where the residents […]Read more "Cornholio…?"
Don’t go near the water Don’t you think it’s sad What’s happened to the water Our water’s going bad Oceans, rivers, lakes and streams Have all been touched by man The poison floating out to sea Now threatens life on land Johnny Cash – Don’t Go Near the WaterRead more "Dakota Pipeline Protest, LA"
I get up at seven, yeah And I go to work at nine I got no time for livin’ Yes, I’m workin’ all the time It seems to me I could live my life A lot better than I think I am I guess that’s why they call me They call me the workin’ man… […]Read more "One Shot: Working Man, Living the Dream"
I love winter’s light! Well…I’ve gotta admit, I love all types of light, but I particularly enjoy the low angled, winter’s morning light we get in LA. It varies from harsh to mellow and never fails to create depth, texture and, of course, spectacular shadows.Read more "Winter’s Shadows"
How do you react when you encounter a homeless person on the street? If you’re like most, you pretend they don’t exist. Sure, you’ll look at them, but only through the corners of your eyes while they’re not looking at you. Will you give even a cursory response if the person speaks to you? Does […]Read more "Photographing the Homeless: An Uncomfortable Perspective"
An essential part of being “An Obsessive Image Maker”, is always having my camera with me when I’m out & about. Cell Phone – check…Car Keys – check…Camera – CHECK, CHECK! It’s just habit. I’m always searching for the next photographically interesting person, place, or perspective. Having my camera at hand allows me to grab that interesting […]Read more "One Shot: Roadside Loner"