Category Archives: Hasselblad

learning to use the Hasselblad

Walking neighborhoods

We live in a society where our cars dominate our mode of transportation. Sometimes it is nice to set out on foot and explore an area that you normally just drive through. Over the past 7 or 8 years I … Continue reading

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Looking for junk in all the right places

Hitting the road again in Oregon looking for abandoned buildings and relics using my Hasselblad 500CM and Kodak film. Happy hunting. And Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. Drive safely. No photo is worth your life.

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Halloweentown Part II

Yesterday I shared pinhole images of my trip to Halloweentown. Today I thought I’d share some photos of some of the characters I met while I was there. (all photos were taken with my Hasselblad 500Cm and Fuji 400 film. … Continue reading

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Beaverton with my Hasselblad

Several years ago I started a series called ‘neighborhoods’. I wandered around different neighborhoods in Portland making photos of businesses, houses, trash or whatever caught my eye. Then came my foot injury and my days of walking  for miles and … Continue reading

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Before the big bloom

Every March photographers swarm to the Portland waterfront to capture photos of the cherry trees which seem to signal the start of Spring. This year has been wet and cold so the trees are a little late blooming. I managed … Continue reading

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ET, call home

We live in an era of information and communication by device, but what do you do when you are out in the country and there is no cell service? You might just find a phone booth when you least expect … Continue reading

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Stonehenge of the West

Maryhill Stonehenge is a replica of the real thing in England. It is located on the Washington side of the Columbia River.  It was dedicated in 1918 as a memorial to WWI. It was the first memorial in the US … Continue reading

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