OCTOBER UPDATE

October 28, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

 

BACK IN THE GROOVE!
 

 

Back from seeing thousands of migrating wildebeest in Kenya's Maasai Mara National Park. Here's an image from a new portfolio which employs the same handheld, infrared technique I'm using to communicate a sense of moving though the California desert in Flirting with Disaster.

 

Wildebeest on the Run – Maasai Mara National Park – 2014Wildebeest on the Run – Maasai Mara National Park – 2014Infrared Exposure
Flirting with Disaster: Africa

Above: Wildebeests on the Run - Infrared Exposure - Maasai Mara - 2014


SCA Project Gallery Exhibition


The exhibit in Pomona was a huge success.

The show got some amazing press, including this thoughtful excerpt by Victoria Banegas...
 

Rogue Art Research & Writing – The Life of Things – Aug 2014Rogue Art Research & Writing – The Life of Things – Aug 2014by Victoria Banegas – LINK TO REVIEW
Photo: Desert Vista – Cinco, California – 2009
 

...and the brand new image printed especially for the show already has a new home at a collector's architecture and design office in Hermosa Beach (on left), part of a four-print acquisition that includes two more photographs from the Desert Windows series and a classic portrait from An Ocean of Humanity

 

Collector Hermosa Beach – 2014Collector Hermosa Beach – 2014

 

 

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

A Tree for All Seasons – Halloween – Rosamond, California – 2012A Tree for All Seasons – Halloween – Rosamond, California – 2012The plastic pumpkins were found in the tree as you see them. The one on the right was captured in flight.

A Tree for All Seasons - Halloween - Rosamond, CA - 2012

Like most of my images, this one was not composited. The plastic pumpkins were found in the tree as you see them.
The one on the right was captured in flight.

 

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