Stumbled across an interesting jail in a historic old building in Noblesville (Hamilton County) Indiana today. It seems that Charles Manson spent some time here as a youth prior to becoming the person we know of today.
An afternoon at SAM (Seattle Art Museum)
The 30 Days of Black and White wrapped up a few days ago. Since then I’ve been wondering how shooting in only black and white would affect what I shoot going forward. It hasn’t taken long to realize that my entire vision, how I see, what I see and how I care to shoot what … More Learning To See Less
Are you kidding me, two weeks in a row I’ve been able to sit in on a live studio session at KNKX studios in Seattle. Thank you so much to Abe Beeson host of Evening Jazz for giving me a shot at one of the last available seats to hear The Barrett Martin Group in a live broadcast … More The Barrett Martin Group Live Studio Session at KNKX
This was my lucky day. First it’s well known that I love Jazz. It even says so on the back of my car. I even make my friends listen to it when they’d probably rather listen to something else. But I love it. I have a nice vinyl collection, plenty of CD’s and tons of … More GoGo Penguin Live Studio Session at KNKX
It’s not always easy and at times you can even find yourself at odds with those around you, and yourself, for seeking silence and solitude. In our world of constant input from media sources, of all kinds, trying to find the time to refresh ourselves and be in touch with our inner thoughts can seem … More Seeking Silence and Solitude
It’s always so much fun to get a new lens for my camera and this one is special in a few ways. It’s a Fujifilm 16mm f1.4. On my camera that gives me a 24mm field of view. In other words it’s pretty wide and brings in a relatively large amount of the environment that … More Fun with the Fuji 16mm f1.4