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Fearless

A hostile landscape and a threatening storm: there should have been a warning that only the most fearless of us should enter.

near Abiquiu, New Mexico
photographed 7.3.2014

Many things require an anchor

My good friend Brett Erickson was in town last weekend; it was so good to see him again. We met about seven years ago, through photo blogs, and in many (or, really, most) ways, I consider him to be my mentor.

Five summers ago, I took a class from him at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, where I produced a version of this image during one of the class’s field trips. A print of that attempt is hanging in my Gallery O’ Shame* and Brett mentioned some things that happened the day I’d made it. That gave me a chance to look at the image again and realize that I really didn’t like what I’d done with it in post-processing, so I did something I almost never do: I had another go at it. Five years more Photoshop experience makes a difference!**

near Abiquiu, New Mexico
photographed 7.3.2014

*It’s where all the stuff that got into shows but didn’t sell now resides. It’s also the guest bedroom. Guests at my home are required to take a photo with them***. If they seem reluctant to do so, I distract them with coffee with the Patient Spouse moves a photo to their car. You’ve been warned.

**See? I am teachable, which comes as a big surprise to all of us!

***Because I can’t figure out how else to get rid of the damn things.

Carpenter saint in his niche

I like this guy – he seems content with his niche-based existence. But I am not sure why those rocks are lined up to watch him work.

Santa Fe, New Mexico
photographed 7.4.2016

Hammock

A half-dressed man in a rope hammock. Of course.

near Pojaque, New Mexico
photographed 7.6.2016

The week felt like this

A sad little still life – all lipstick prints and coffee and a crumpled napkin. Some days feel like this, right?

And so do some weeks.

Santa Fe, New Mexico
photographed 7.4.2016

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