RAMBLE: THE BLOG

  1. In Rare Air

    13 Oct 2021
    Wades Point Inn In seems like a thousand years ago when I had my first aerial assignment, long before drones came along. I photographed stunt pilot Sean Tucker doing barrel rolls over treetops in Pennsylvania. I had flown in small planes before, but never with the hatch removed. I was…

  2. Madrid, Art Capital of Spain

    10 Oct 2021
    Fruit Vendor Storefront Madrid. The capital of Spain, its largest city and the home of the National Museo delPrado, a world-class museum known for its Spanish centric collection and international art. Madrid is a beautiful city with wide boulevards, great restaurants and oh yeah, pickpockets. The sidewalks can be very…

  3. In Search of a Nice Curl

    27 Sep 2021
    Variety is the spice of life, and so it is for me as a photographer. Some photographers specialize, I didn’t. As such, I had to learn a variety of techniques to handle diverse subjects, not only for assignments, but for personal work as well.  A few years back I took…

  4. Tasteful Travel

    23 Sep 2021
    Life is about moments and building memories. Photographs freeze moments in time and while younger readers don’t want to hear it, as we get older we treasure those memories, especially if we were thinner and had hair. In my photographs I note my life through my assignments and personal travels.…

  5. Building a Better ‘Bone

    18 Sep 2021
    I enjoy all kinds of music and, as a kid, I wanted to play. I was 10 years old, taking piano lessons, when we moved and my parents sold the piano. I guess my talents weren’t appreciated. So much for that. I tried my hand at guitar, I couldn’t tune…

  6. Washington, D.C. • Home Again

    13 Sep 2021
    Reagan Airport (DCA) Yes, that is the title of my book, it is also my status after two months in Colorado. If you have been reading the blog, from a photographers view, it was not the ideal trip, the haze thing which I have noted ad nauseam. It was an…

  7. Exceptional Sheet Metal

    06 Sep 2021
    Now this was a  nice surprise, a car show on the street in Boulder. This one had a variety of cars, mostly American, the land yacht above is a stunner, a 1964 Lincoln Continental Convertible replete with suicide doors, 18 feet long, yes, that is correct, 18 feet.  There were…

  8. A Glorious Colorado Morning

    04 Sep 2021
    There are just a few days left before I return home to Washington,D.C. The weather here in Boulder has been iffy lately, atmospheric haze, clouds coming in and out, sometimes heavy,  but this morning … glorious! Sunny, low humidity and clear skies, Today’s venue, Sawhill Ponds, just a few miles…

  9. My Favorite Colorado Vistas …

    30 Aug 2021
    I’ve been here in Colorado, my first post Covid trip, since early July. During my professional career I shot everything from stunt pilots in a chase plane to exploding soda bottles to members of the Reagan administration along with architectural and food photography. Landscapes, are something I appreciate. I admired…

  10. Colorful Breckenridge

    28 Aug 2021
    It was back in the rental SUV for another road trip, a short one this time, Boulder to Breckenridge and a 2-night stay. Just short of 2 hours on the road, about 80 miles on good roads. I traded in that lumbering 4Runner for the smaller, better handling Ford Edge.…

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