Monthly Archives: October 2015

Timeless.


1963 or 2015? The beauty of black and white photography is that it can’t always be defined by a time period, which allows the essence of humanity to be viewed  “off the clock”. It transcends time. Black and white photography is filtered thru my soul, not my […]

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Perspective.


This shuffleboard table was in the last office that I will ever occupy. Saw it now and again, for almost four years. But today, my last day, I took this photo. For the first time I had perspective. I didn’t see the end of the table. I saw […]

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Lines.


Those colorful, nicked up lines. Didn’t think anyone would recognize them, but I was wrong. These lines represent little moments of excitement. The anticipation of hearing music of a new band or just an old favorite. Young. Old. Music evokes the deepest feelings of joy or sorrow. […]

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The Cubs.


The longest draught in MLB History. The Cubs have not won a championship for over 100 years, but it doesn’t really matter. This day in July it was a Subway Series, White Sox v. Cubs. As most were taking selfies or action shots, I took […]

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Marginalized.


I shoot everything blind. Can’t see my shots until they are out of my camera. When I saw this photo it seemed dark. My instinct was to make it lighter, but I wanted the image to speak as it was shot. This woman, marginalized, in the shadows […]

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