Tag Archives: landscapes

Plastics

The famous word of advice in the movie “The Graduate”. Who would have known that advice was probably spot on. Plastics dominate our lives and several of my cameras are made of the stuff. When I go to the beach … Continue reading

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World Wide Pinhole day

Just a few words about the upcoming World Wide Pinhole Day on Sunday April 27th. Each day this week and next I am going to post a new pinhole image on my Flickr page using one of my cameras. I … Continue reading

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Home again

I have been out of town for the past week. Spent it near Mt Hood with my friend who I have traveled with to England almost annually since 1998. At this time of year we would normally be across the … Continue reading

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My Titan 4×5

Two months ago I sent away for the new Harman Titan 4×5 pinhole camera. I didn’t know what to expect. It’s made of plastic. It’s an odd shape and it’s bulky. It came with a box of film and two … Continue reading

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landscapes

Just a quick note to say I had a wonderful day walking around the area of Hay on Wye, Wales. I have even a bigger day tomorrow so I need to get some rest. If you click on each photo … Continue reading

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Seeing the Palouse

I had such an amazing adventure attending an Exposure Northwest photography workshop in the Palouse. The Palouse is an area in SE Washington whose landscape enthralls the senses. Rolling hills of green and brown, ribbons of color and texture, barns, … Continue reading

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Sunrise over Mt Hood

It wasn’t the most colorful sky this morning but still a nice view from Baker Rd which sits above my house. But it’s how I prepared for this that is the story. The previous 3 days I was greeted with … Continue reading

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