The news about the efforts of the Bush administration to change the protected status of the American Bald Eagle and removal from the Endangered Species Act spurred my memory of this photo taken back in 2003. Its tough not to look at these birds and think “regal”.
I’ve had little time to work on images as of late, but as I looked through past shoots I caught an image that exemplified a subject that always stumps me. Camping in the back country, waiting out wildlife, working in harsh elements, timing magic light across a landscape, and so on pale in comparison to…
I can’t help but feel this weekend went by too quickly and I’m sure that’s a common sentiment for most. I had such grand plans. This past week, a very rough one, took the wind out of my sails and I slept through an attempt to photograph sunrise and some local wildlife. I also intended to make a big dent in some web site updates, but that hit a snag when my laptop screen broke away from the rest of t
So I’ve been joking around with some friend and co-workers about a crazy neighbor that I have in my neighborhood. Fortunately this person is 4 or 5 blocks away with a very steep hill in between his property and where I live. Every day driving out of my neighborhood I see this house and every day the junk on this guys lawn is swapped out. On the weekends every bit of junk this person owns is brought out, rearran
This past week has been very hectic with work, family and photographic endeavors, but my thoughts have become occupied more and more with a friend who is terminally ill. My friend isn’t the closest, but we shared two great passions… dogs and photography. We would talk and share a good laugh at the dog park. Over time we learned that we both shared a deep interest in photography and eventually my friend jo
This year I made my yearly pilgrimage to Macworld to take photos of the latest offering by Apple, Inc. (formerly Apple Computers, Inc.). As part of their announcement the company has changed its name as it expands into product offerings well beyond computers. The centerpiece of todays Keynote speech by Steve Jobs was the demonstration of Apple’s iPhone. I was expecting something neat, but nothing as mind blowin
The second episode of EXIF and Beyond has been released. This is a video podcast and can be viewed or downloaded via iTunes: EXIF and Beyond: Mobius Arch Enjoy and by all means feel free to pass on feedback. This podcast like the last is a little rough, but as more come out I’m hoping they become more refined. Download this episode EXIF and Beyond: Mobius Arch (MP3) Previous podcast episodes can be found at EXI