Category Archives: Travel

Road trips within the USA and flights taking me to other countries.

Ballard with my MP

Took a short trip to Seattle last weekend to attend a couple of Leica events at both Glazer’s Camera and Leica Bellevue. Both presentations were well worth the drive north from Portland. While I was there I also tagged along … Continue reading

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Knole

I recently returned from traveling in England over an eight-week period. I didn’t blog on my trip because my WiFi connections were spotty at best. So I will start at the beginning, looking back on some of the highlights of … Continue reading

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Exercising the Trio

I spent the weekend in Astoria, Oregon, at the mouth of the Columbia River. Astoria has a very long maritime history and was, at one time, a fish canning capitol. Over the decades the town has declined and there are … Continue reading

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spending time in alleys

Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day is coming up fast. It’s the last weekend in April and this year one of the cities hosting the event is Norwich, England. Our host is asking each of us, if we want, to submit 5 … Continue reading

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4×5 pinhole work

Spent my weekend making some 4 x 5 images with my Titan Pinhole camera. My constraints included making photos within 10 miles of my home. Typically when I am out and about making photos I travel much further away from … Continue reading

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When it goes wrong

When it goes wrong you might as well really go for it. I call it a learning experience. I have not owned my Leica MP very long. I’ve only put three rolls of film through it. I have many cameras. … Continue reading

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abandoned

Not sure why I am attracted to making images of abandoned buildings. It seems whenever we hit the backroads of Oregon we come across these relics. I always wonder who lived there, how old is the place and why was … Continue reading

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