My Journal - My Journey

Of Parallax and Nodal Points

Of Parallax and Nodal Points Adventures in High Resolution For a while now my good buddy David Orr and I have been discussing ways to get higher resolution. Yes, MORE MEGA-PIXELS! Now I know right off you are thinking “Dude…

Social Media Marketing – The failure for the rest of us

Social Media Marketing - The failure for the rest of us [caption id="attachment_3042" align="alignright" width="300"] http://www.freepik.com/free-photos-vectors/technology">Technology vector created by Vvstudio - Freepik.com[/caption] I’ve always hated Social media, No, really hated it. I avoided it completely for the longest time. I…

Breaking the Rules – Why you are not the Rebel you think you are

May 11, 2017 Opinion, Photography, Teaching

Breaking the Rules Why you are NOT the Rebel you think you are Not a day goes by that I don’t hear a fellow photographer proclaim: “I know the rules so I can break them” then they also add in…

Coming of Age

January 24, 2017 Journal

This week I will turn 60 years old. For a number of reasons, I never thought I would be here. And if I was, I was sure I would hate it. Now I’m not exactly happy to be 60, I…

Best Photos of 2016

December 31, 2016 Landscapes, Photography

Debated doing this, but then I looked back at the year and it was a very good Photographic Year for me. So what the heck. Most do a 12 best. I did 24 cuz it's way easier and you probably…

Like the ccean to the shore, I come back to you once more

The Salton Sea This is my first trip to the Salton Sea this "Season" and I've missed it. Like I've said before, besides the art, I return now to also document, to show what's changed (greatly) and what's not. The…

Peter White & Richard Elliot – Thornton Winery

October 17, 2016 Concert Photography, Photography

This closes out another season of the Champagne Jazz series at Thornton Winery in lovely Temecula California and who better to close it out than two gents who have played there probabbly the longest; Peter White & Richard Elliot. Both played…

Art

May 31, 2016 Photography

I have over 1,000 Art Prints available for sale at Fine Art America prints for sale [caption id="attachment_2877" align="alignnone" width="1080"] Art Prints[/caption]

Landscapes

May 31, 2016 Photography

And of course, I have hundreds of Landscapes  landscape photographs for sale [caption id="attachment_2874" align="alignnone" width="1080"] Landscapes[/caption]

Black and White

May 31, 2016 Photography

Looking for a great Black & White Art Print Here's where to browse black and white photographs for sale [caption id="attachment_2870" align="alignnone" width="1080"] She Sleeps on her Side[/caption]

The Beach

May 31, 2016 Photography

Looking for Beach Prints? I  have them right here beach photographs for sale [caption id="attachment_2866" align="alignnone" width="1080"] The Beach[/caption]

Sunsets

May 31, 2016 Photography

And I have all kinds of Sunsets at Fine Art America sunsets art for sale

Beach Sunsets

May 31, 2016 Photography

Just a Reminder of the huge amount of Beach Sunsets I have available on Fine Art America You can see them here beach sunsets art for sale [caption id="attachment_2859" align="alignnone" width="1080"] Tidepool Sunset[/caption]

Roy’s Motel and Cafe

May 14, 2016 Photography

Amboy California Another throwback to another time. Roy's Motel and Cafe and Route 66. Roy's Motel and Cafe:  In 1938 Roy Crowl started building what would be Roy's Motel and Cafe a popular stop off point for fuel, food and…

Small Houses

As I traveled out through the Mojave Desert, on what probably will be my last desert excursion of the season (well except for Milky Way shooting), I went through Twentynine Palms on my way to Route 66 and Amboy California. Just outside…

Of Cactus and Trains – The Anza – Borrego

April 22, 2016 Landscapes, Roadtrips, Travel

On our last day we headed to the old favorite, Anza Borrego Desert State Park to look for Cactus Blooms and Old Train Tracks and maybe just maybe some old trains. We found all of the above Check em out  

Joshua Tree Spring

On our 4th Day of Travel Wayne and I happily and Excitedly head out to Joshua Tree National Park. There is just something special about this place. As I told my friend Michell when I was taking her and her…

Alabama Hills

April 22, 2016 Landscapes, Roadtrips, Travel

No...They're not in... Alabama Alabama Hills are the Foothills in Lone Pine on the way into the Sierra and specifically 14,505' Mount Whitney, the highest peak in the 48 States. It's a beautiful Bureau of Land Management Park full of  great rock…

Darwin – Population 50

Funny thing, I'm not really a big fan of Photographers. But there are a few I admirer for their work, and then actually mostly for who they are. One of them is British Photographer Tim Wallace who you probably  have…

Dante’s View – Darwin Falls

April 22, 2016 Landscapes, Roadtrips, Wildflowers

Day Two of our trip, we woke up early (5am ????!!!)  and headed up to Dante's View on the eastern side of Death Valley. At 5,473' It looks down into the valley over Badwater but you really cam see almost…

Spring Tripping – Death Valley – Marble Canyon

April 19, 2016 Landscapes, Roadtrips

Well Wayne came out for his annual visit and our usual string of road trips. We Started out Day One with a 6 AM departure for Death Valley We first stopped off in the Ghost Town of Ballarat to see "Charlie's…