Category Archives: Art


Three in One

Playing with in-camera multiple exposures. This is three exposures compiled by my camera. It takes some of the control away but it can create some pleasant surprises.

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Revew in ART is Spectrum

I am very happy to announce that the latest issue of ARTisSprectrum includes a review of my photographs of Piano Pieces. You can see the full gallery under Fine Art Photography here at my website. […]

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Unexpected Encounter of Surprising Beauty

While, on a personal photo expedition in New York City, looking for opportunities to build on my Till We Have Faces project, I had an unexpected encounter. Walking the streets of NYC is always filled […]

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The Rocks Cry Out

It is not that I hear an audible cry from the rock, but rather that I am drawn to rock I am standing on and rock walls almost as if something magnetic has made me […]

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By The Sea

I have recently added my latest  gallery of photographs, By The Sea, to my website. I would like to invite you to visit. These photographs have been collected from my many trips to Hattaras Island […]

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The Folks & Places Between: There & Back Again

It has been difficult to narrow down 12,000+ photographs and put them together as a sample of my six week road trip in 2011. Finally, three years later I can share some of those photographs, […]

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29th Chelsea International Fine Art Competition

August 22th is the opening for the 29th Chelsea International Fine Art Competition and the opening reception is August 29th. Although my works were not selected for the exhibition I am pleased to announce they […]

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The color of B & W

I have been reviewing photographs from my road trip in 2011 that I had purposefully processed for their colors. They were ones I felt worked best in color and that presented and printed in all […]

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Till We Have Faces

A phrase came to mind this thanksgiving while my grandchildren were wearing Groucho Marks style nose & glasses given to them by “Babaweir”: my mom, their great grandmother. The phrase is the title to a […]

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Before The Storm

Central PA is about to get it’s first big winter snow of the season and am hopeful for some photographic opportunities. Last week we got a dusting in my area that was gone before the […]

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Flowers of the Western National Parks

On May 14 2011 I left Pennsylvania and went west, visiting many of the national parks we are gifted with here in the US. The time of year was perfect for me to capture the […]

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Sunflowers 2011

Finally, I found time to revisit my trip to the field of sunflowers. I have selected eight of them in hopes there will be at least one that you will like. For a limited time […]

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The Portraits: Wild Africa

Recently I found a photographer who’s photos of African animasl are more like portraits than the usual pictures you see. The photographer is Nick Brandt and he says of his “. . . images are […]

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The Nature of Praries and Other Things

“Terry Evans is a photographer whose work has been primarily an inquiry into the nature of prairie from its native state to its use, abandonment, and care.” This statement comes from her own website and […]

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Baubles & Boat

Last Fall my wife and I went with good friends to see an exhibition of glass art at the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. The artist, Dale Chihuly, is internationally known for his very organic […]

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Walking backwards can lead somewhere

Evol – Chris Vincze from Capalbio ShortFilmFestival on Vimeo. This short film by Chris Vincze, titled Evol, considers what would happen if you walked in a direction different than the rest of the world. I […]

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