Browsing the "photo essay" Tag →

Another photo study of my Hollywood Park neighborhood in the south part of Sacramento, California, taken while out walking the dogs. I know that these sets are always very similar, but that is the point....

Read More →

It’s been a while since I posted a photo essay of my neighborhood — Hollywood Park in the south part of Sacramento. These are photos that I take with my iPhone while out walking the...

Read More →
Android night 12-9-2012 1

Light Is My Friend — Autumn Dusk

December 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

Out walking the dogs late and was greeted with this beautiful dusk light. Some people become depressed by the short days and the barren limbs of the trees. I find the light this time of...

Read More →
From left to right: Bea, Alex & Ava

Light Is My Friend: Walking & Found Objects

October 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

The simple dance of light on the little things around us that we normally don’t bother to look at and walk right past . . . But which I feel art part of the beauty...

Read More →
From left to right: Bea, Ava and Alex. Out on the walk. "Put away the camera and let's get walking!!!"

Light Is My Friend: Walking Land Park in Sacramento

September 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

  It’s been a while since I’ve posted any photo essays. Probably because the summer light here is so unwelcoming. But now with the first days of autumn and the light going away earlier and...

Read More →
no image

Found Objects 3-26-2012

March 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

Haven’t posted one of these walking-the-dogs snapshot series in a while. I like taking “the kids” out for a walk around the neighborhood, slip in an iPod earbud, get caught up on the podcasts. Time...

Read More →
The back of a Chinese restaurant that faces Freeport Boulevard. In the evening the breeze carries the smells of the kitchen directly up the street and to our house. It's a major effort every night not to order carryout.

Light Is My Friend: Hollywood Park Alley

January 20, 2012 | 1 Comments

This is part of my on-going photography studies of how light plays on familiar places where we live. Almost every day, or at least every other day, I’ll walk the dogs either from the house...

Read More →
A house in my neighborhood, a place that I see every day. Yet sometimes, when the light is showing in a different way, you can feel like you are seeing it as something entirely new.

Light Is My Friend

January 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

I generally find harsh sunlight to be the ugliest light of all, but this morning, for some reason, it was amazing. Perhaps because it was early and there was just enough humidity in the air...

Read More →
no image

Morning Light & Color – Walking Hollywood Park

November 20, 2011 | 0 Comments

As much as I’d like to stay in bed and keep warm on these increasingly chillier autumn mornings, duty calls. In this case, walking the dogs. As I’ve posted in the past, for those who’ve...

Read More →
no image

Retro Camera – Walking Hollywood Park

November 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

Thinking of calling this “Smart Art” — taking art photos with your smart phone. When I take our dogs Ava and Alex out for walks around the neighborhood (we live in a section of Sacramento...

Read More →
Occupy Philadelphia01

Occupy Wall Street – Occupy Philadelphia

November 6, 2011 | 0 Comments

The Occupy Wall Street movement is now going into its second month. It’s getting colder and wetter out side so it will be a test of their endurance through the winter months. But I think...

Read More →

You never know what people are going to like. I was crossing the newsroom where there was a news meeting going on and one of the managers said, “We really liked the pictures you got...

Read More →
KWCH Runners 1984

KWCH – Runners Photo Essay 1984

October 30, 2011 | 0 Comments

I’m posting this as an historical artifact. It isn’t great television, in fact, it’s the kind of story that I don’t think anyone does anymore. This story is significant for one major thing in my...

Read More →

This is my first effort at posting a photo gallery or slideshow, so please be tolerant. I’ll probably have to try this a couple times till I can get it right — or, at least,...

Read More →