Monthly Archives: January 2017
Light, where once was darkness
A couple of years ago my friend Ehpem and I spent some time photographing an abandoned house. I was happy to see the way the light from the window bounced around inside of the cabinet; lucky for me that the sink was gone!
Jordan River, British Columbia
I had a tripod. And a night where I felt like staying in. So naturally I amused myself by taking lots of photos of the various traffic patterns on the street below my hotel room. That’s a normal thing to do, right?
Shop window, selling shiny dreams
I don’t know why stores like this almost always catch my attention. It’s not like I’m currently in the market for sparkly dresses. Or was ever in the market for sparkly dresses, for that matter.
Maybe it’s the way the light bounces around from bead to sequin to rhinestone? Or maybe there are deep-seated psychological reasons that no one wants me to deal with here on the blog.
But, at any rate, I spotted this last summer and couldn’t resist making the shot.
East Las Olas Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, Florida