The life of a photographer who likes to shoot just about anything.

Posts tagged “Life

On the Road

highway, road

I come from the east where roads constantly twist and turn.
In the American West they travel straight, for miles.
It is a thing of beauty.

Through the looking glass…

Alcatraz Prison  Window

The photograph was made while looking through a window on Alcatraz Federal Prison.

Portrait of a Master Chef – Jacques Pepin


While on assignment, it was time for a portrait before the show.

Frontier Education


A school in the 1800’s America in the Capitol Reef National Park.

Chinatown – NYC

Stores and pedestrians in Chinatown, New York City.

Haven’t been there in awhile. Always fun. Always good food.

Portrait of the Judge


The Gorilla applied to be a judge on American Idol but was denied when he said he preferred
the music of Bach and Beethoven over what the contestants were singing. Go figure!

Rock’em Sock’em Robots

rock'em sock'em robots

For those who remember “Rock’em Sock’em Robots” from their childhood,
here’s the arcade version from the early 1900’s.

Portrait of Eyes

A young lady wears eye makeup.

The eyes have it.

The Fisherman


Morning in the harbor.

Portrait of The Model


And environmental portrait taken on my trip out west last year.



Apparently birds are capable of much more than I realized.

High Fashion


It’s always good to have your camera because you never know what you’ll see.



Las Vegas. A place of imagination.

On Fire!


Now this is a sight to behold. The Blackbird – SR-71.

Amusement Park Thrill

Amusement Park Ride

An old-fashioned, but simple ride, that is still one of my favorites.
And it’s about the only one I can still go on without losing my lunch.


A Motorcycle and Monument Valley.

Gone Shoppin!

Portrait of a teenage shopper.

Soda as Art

It’s about the machines, not the soda.

Portrait of the Curler Family

The Curler Family. Voted most likely to have the nicest hair.

Swimming on an Alien World

When I go on vacation, I travel far away.

American Graffiti

Before George Lucas changed the American Film landscape with Star Wars, he made American Graffiti. A story set in the 1950’s starring an ensemble cast that included Ron Howard, Richard Dreyfuss and Harrison Ford (aka Hans Solo). The action takes place in California during one night and Mel’s Drive-In is featured prominently in the narrative.

Arches National Park, Utah

The setting Sun on “Balanced Rock” in Arches National Park, Moab, Utah.

Instructions for the Traveler

So….What’s an “Odd Size Area?” Maybe a room that’s 10.6 x 8.4 x 6.7 x 23.10 x 3.2?

On The Road…

The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco covered in early morning fog.