Yesterday, the Apple store and Fashion Square mall where looted. That’s just bizarre. Here’s a picture I shot of that very store just before the pandemic and the looting. Times where much simpler then.
They had this giant red ball. They kept throwing it in the house. Like any responsible (annoyed) parent, I told them to got outside and play with the big red ball. They complied. Read the captions below 👇 The ball just sat there for a while. Kalli showed up and the ball was in play.…… Continue reading Big Red Ball
Here’s the thing. I find that most people who develop an interest in photography almost immediately gravitate to asking themselves what they should photograph, myself included. It’s not until much later – if we don’t loose interest altogether – that we begin to ask why we should, or why we do photograph certain things. The…… Continue reading Why I Shoot And What
This post was later edited because…tractor parade. See below. Not all photo outings turn out great, especially during a global pandemic where people are averse to leaving home, or gathering in crowds😷. A family friend has put on a big Memorial Day event for the past 14 years. It’s normally packed with people leading into…… Continue reading Memorial Day, Low Turnout
"Nobody tells this to people who are beginners, I wish someone told me. All of us who do creative work, we get into it because we have good taste. But there is this gap. For the first couple years you make stuff, it’s just not that good. It’s trying to be good, it has potential,… Continue reading The Gap
Well, here it is. First blog post. When’s the last time you read the first post on any blog? Never, probably. And, I know enough about this sort of thing to be at peace with it. I will be the only person to read this post. In fact, it’ll be that way for like, 100…… Continue reading Note to Self