Monday, December 31, 2007

Sunday, December 30, 2007

Monday, December 24, 2007

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Monday, December 17, 2007

Saints of Summer


Night of Light


I treafle,
and troffle,
woke up early,
toasted brown sugar,
on a waffle.

Friday, December 14, 2007

aluminimum or steale

Zittend in het donker.
Chillin in het park.
Wachtlijsten voor consumptie.
Ironie is overvloedig, liggend op de grond.
Het bespreken van alle functies.

Im Dunkeln sitzen.
Chillin in den Park.
Warteliste für den Verbrauch.
Ironie finden, auf dem Boden liegend getreten.
Diskussion über alle Funktionen.

Sitting in the dark.
chillin in the park.
waiting for consumption.
irony abounds, lying on the ground.
discussing all the functions.

Thursday, December 13, 2007

Sands of the hour glass


In a empty hotel room
the sun glances, glimmers and gleams.

Shadows permeate heavily into the silver and gold.

and disjointed
as time sally's forth.


Friday, November 16, 2007

Purlpe Night

Brick N Mortar

Smith Tower near Pioneer Square on a fool moon First Thursday

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Wall to Wall

Wether'd Wall

The gap between two buildings...

Captured this during construction on 1st Ave in Seattle near the Seattle Art Museum. I believe there is a new building replacing the hole in the ground from whence this picture was taken. -Which replaced the old building that was smack up against this lovely site.

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Emerald City of yesteryear...

Circa 1990-91...
Kentridge High School photography class (sophomore year?)
End of the year slide show
(with musical accompaniment via a cassette tape loaded boombox)


(originally in color)


Monday, September 3, 2007

Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Photoshop World Vegas 2k6

(but not for i)

Photoshop World
Vegas 2006
was a hoot!

(I was not able to get back to Vegas for 2007).

Absorbed Photoshop geekdom for 4 days solid.

Wed extra Day snippet:
Russell Brown and his Mondo Media Madness event rocked da haus.

I walked in to a sea of laptops buzzing and whirring along in unison with a gaggle of inkjet printers standing watch as attendees prance about whilst free prints made on silk, silver, and slide fall from the heavens... Lazers bring new life to dead wood as a Mad Scientist dares one and all with wizdom and whatnot.


Friday, July 20, 2007

Overlook OverHang


The neighbor kitty checking out the sites.

Friday, July 13, 2007

2nd Low

Seattle, Feb 15th 2003, 2nd Ave

2nd Peek

Seattle, Feb 15th 2003, 2nd Ave

Enough is UNF

Feb 15th, Seattle, Westlake Center

Feb 15th, Seattle, 2nd Ave S & S Main St.

The Republic for which who stand...

Signs of the Republic

What Protests?

(circa Seattle 2003)

4 years and counting since that photograph took place...
It would be a shame for the events of that day to go by undocumented.

So a book is called to be.

I put forth a request into the ethers for other photographers who witnessed similar events. (That day, or others like it.)

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Toledo, Tanaino, Shlassfeffer Corperated.

Berried Bridge

I had a car malfunction once near exit 57, and got towed to Toledo.
Had lunch, took pictures along the river, walked to a park near by...
took a nap for a while...
Walked back...
Grabbed a beer... and got towed to Graham.


Birds' Aye

Like riding the solar winds of love...

Wednesday, June 27, 2007


From atop Magnolia Hill looking East, through the shrubbery.
Wikipedia: Shrubbery

Tuesday, June 19, 2007


Taken with one of my favorite back-pack'n options the
colorsplash camera.
I picked up this gem at a thriftstore a while back.
Lightweight, portable, re-useable film camera with a special flash feature.

Friday, June 15, 2007

Tree of Life

Eagleville, NV.

En route to a summer festival.

I stopped along Highway 447 to take this shot.
At around 1:30 am... I Shot 2 rolls.

Several cars passed by while was shooting.

Shortly after getting back on the road, one of those passerbys was on the side, flashers blinking away.
-Just as the road hits a winding, curvy, section of highway.

Everybody's alright. (Yeehaw!) No cell phone service. And probably 50 miles from ANY house.
Not the best place to have an axle slip on a uhaul... (but hey where is?).

After running through the options, it turns out one of the unlucky 3, is mechanicaly inclined.
He just didn't bring a tool chest.

Luckily, I packed that along with 90% of my possesions.
We jack the half-empty 6x8 closed trailer off the ground and get the axle repositioned, in a jiffy.

Hugs and smiles abound.

And we are all back on the road again...