My pick for the November, 2019 Print-of-the-Month is titled, Home Colors. It is the latest addition to my portfolio, The Good Badlands. The title was inspired by this quotation from writer Ellen Meloy: "I am not that presumptuous to think I could speak or paint or write the natural history of my home colors. I... Continue Reading →
Continuing my Print-of-the-Month series, and as the autumn season is approaching, the image I picked for October, 2019 (shown below) is titled, Canyon Elders. It is part of a portfolio titled, Arboreal Stories: Cottonwoods. If you'd like to purchase this print at the discounted Print-of-the-Month rate, you may still sign up until October 1st. Please note: After... Continue Reading →
Not a guilt trip: It is my intent to offer this blog free of advertising, and free of any expectation of compensation, and you should not feel any guilt at all for reading it as such. I love writing, and I love sharing my ideas. If, however, you wish to show your appreciation with a... Continue Reading →
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Mike Pach, host of The Photo Show podcast. You can listen to our conversation here. Or, click on the podcast image below. Be sure to also visit Mike's website, 3 Peaks Photography & Design.
Continuing my Print-of-the-Month series, the image I picked for September, 2019, shown below, is titled, First Blooms. It is part of a portfolio titled, The Good Badlands. Those who order before September 1st will receive this print. You may still sign up, if interested, and purchase just this print at a discounted rate—or you may... Continue Reading →
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing with the We Talk Photo podcast. You can listen to our conversation here. Or, by clicking on my picture below (photographed by my friend, Jack Graham, during a workshop we led together).
Much of my time these days is spent editing the manuscript of my upcoming (yes, long overdue) next book. The following is a snippet from the current draft. (I suppose you could call it a teaser, but that's about as far as my marketing genius goes, or at least as far as my self-promotional comfort... Continue Reading →
A couple of weeks ago I announced the renewal of my Print-of-the-Month offering. Toward the end of each month, starting with this post, I will announce the image I choose for the following month. The one I chose for August, 2019, is titled, Remembrance. It is part of a portfolio titled, Vegetative States, making use... Continue Reading →
Philosophy is to be studied, not for the sake of any definite answers to its questions, since no definite answers can, as a rule, be known to be true, but rather for the sake of the questions themselves; because these questions enlarge our conception of what is possible, enrich our intellectual imagination and diminish the... Continue Reading →