February feels to me like, O.K., that’s it, I’ve had enough winter and I’m ready for drier, warmer weather with some blue sky. February 2019 has been cold with lots of snow and very few days of blue skies. When it’s cold and wet and dark like this it makes it hard to get out … More February 2019 ~ The month in Pictures and words
The holiday run is over. Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years is behind us. I’m fatter, I have less money and I definitely need to drink less. Ahhh, the dark days of winter are upon us. January 2019. Although I say the dark days of winter are upon us I really don’t mean it. Actually the … More January 2019 ~ the month in pictures and words
Thanks to Centrum (creativity in community) Centrum for hosting the Jazz Port Townsend ~2018 event. A very special thank you to KNKX (jazz, blues and NPR news) KNKX for inviting me to photograph one very cool weekend of all Jazz, all day, everywhere. Thank you also to John Clayton, Grammy-winning bassist, composer, conductor and Artistic Director for putting on another … More Jazz Port Townsend ~ 2018
…..and saying YES to possibilities. I’ve been listening to jazz since I was 17 years old. I’ve been taking photos since I was 19 years old. They are and have always been my two favorite pastimes for all these decades. Several years ago it occurred to me that it would be fun to combine the … More Jazz and Photography
So what do you do during the spring months in the Pacific Northwest if you’re a photographer and enjoy being outside? You go out in it. If you don’t you’ll end up sitting around the house wishing you had gone. Part of the decision to go out is usually based somewhat on the weather report. … More Rainy Days and Photowalks in the Pacific Northwest
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)