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To the one I loved

This one goes to all the beautiful people of Nepal, torn by successive natural disasters, a price we all pay for living on this beautiful, special, and dangerous planet. 183 more words


The Q&A post: answers, part III

Delving deeper into the abstract…

The final part of the epic. Find parts one and two here, the rest after the jump. 7,790 more words


on Cartier-Bresson's decisive moment

“The decisive moment? That’s when Cartier-Bresson pointed to a frame on his contact sheet and said, ‘Print that one'”

 Alan Zenreich

On Photography

The Q&A post: answers, part I

Jazz time – put some music on. This is going to be a loooong post.

From an earlier post where I opened the floor to the readers, here are the answers. 6,155 more words


On Photography: I got No. 20. Now What?

More than a month ago I photographed Norfolk Southern heritage locomotive No. 20. OK, what do I do now?

I’m sure that many a photographer has asked that question. 727 more words

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Photoessay: Tokyo cityscapes


We’re nearing the end of the images from the last trip to Tokyo. Today’s images are a continued evolution of the urban theme into something a bit more widespread; an attempt to capture the combined endless scale and whimsy of Tokyo. 254 more words