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Monthly Archives: August 2015

I walk through here almost every weekday morning, and while it is not often packed with people it is not often completely empty either. One morning last year I had an old camera with some black and white film loaded in my bag so this happened.

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I took this on a Thanksgiving trip 4 years ago, riding as a passenger and my wife drove along the Seneca River, just a bit northwest of Syracuse, where she grew up. I marked it as a solid shot but never posted it and eventually forgot it. I decided to scan the archives recently and figured […]

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The EMP was founded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen in 2000. It is in Seattle Center, in the shadow of the Space Needle and the monorail, which dates from the 1962 World’s Fair, officially the Century 21 Exposition. In case you cannot guess, the building is a Frank Gehry design, and like most of his […]

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There were several issues with this Raw image file before it came out looking like this. The colors were a mess and it was very noisy.  I managed to adjust for those but the images is still rather soft if you look at all closely at the details. For all that I am unaccountably fond of […]

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This was out first stop in the actual Palouse region during this year’s nXnw 2015 trip.  We started in Seattle, and drove across Washington State (stopping at another famous waterfall along the way). This is an odd location. As you drive into the park from the main road everything is flat, and dry. You are […]

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For all I know this cart is a perfectly oiled, noiseless machine, but I find it impossible to look at this and not hear the sound I imagine the wheels make when someone rolls it.   This is the Stone Mill, in Lawrence, Massachusetts, where I had a brief chance to shoot at the start […]

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This blog has an Americana category, but this image just seemed to embody it so much I made it the post title. This is an antique/second hand/dare-I-say junk store in Snoqualmie, Washington. It’s just down the block and across the street from the Snoqualmie Brewery and Taproom where my friends and I stopped for lunch after […]

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Woke up early one Walt Disney World morning in April to play with long exposures on a Hasselblad XPan panoramic film camera. This was the first shot I grabbed just before the daylight became a bit more prominent and the lights along the ferry boat jetty turned off.  In fact, I think some of the lights […]

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We’ve been having a fair heat wave for the last couple of weeks so I thought it worthwhile to pull out a photo from the biggest snowstorm from the past winter. The weather forecasters oversold this in New York. It was a decent storm but not the enormous monstrosity they predicted, mostly because it passed […]

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