Category Archives: Photography

Underwater Photography is Hard, Especially in a Graveyard.

Graveyard? Yes, a graveyard. The wrecks in the lagoon of Chuuk, Micronesia, are many and not all parts are accessible for removal of the human remains therein. Coral grows like wildflowers on these ships, tanks, cars and airplanes, and hides … Continue reading

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Down East in Bountiful Maine

I think I may have found concrete evidence of divinity. Here it is. In Maine in July, it is lobster season, raspberry season and blueberry season all at the same time. Wow. I think I am going to gain a … Continue reading

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Spring flowers in Washington DC

I love to photograph flowers, especially close-ups of flowers. Whenever I am confused or distracted, all I need to get back to myself and feel good again is to go take pictures of plants. The National Botanical Garden was a … Continue reading

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A Night at the Aquarium

Friday night I went with my mother to the aquarium. The company she works for was commemorating its 15th business anniversary (congratulations!). To celebrate, they took everyone to the Monterey Bay Aquarium for a party. The entire aquarium was available, … Continue reading

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Macro Micro Mini

Recently, a photographer friend was looking for a good home for some old Kencor extension tubes, meant to fit a Nikon F-mount camera. I was the lucky recipient of these little guys. I have wanted to play around with extension … Continue reading

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Grave Hunting with Justin & Liz

I am excited to announce that I have booked my first wedding photography job. My old college friend Justin is getting married in a small ceremony near Sacramento this April. His bride-to-be, Liz, is a lovely and spirited woman, and … Continue reading

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Square One

Following are some of the film images I took with my 1937 Rolleiflex Twin Lens Reflex camera. The camera was a big hit at the Taj Mahal and a great conversation piece everywhere I went. I find it challenging to … Continue reading

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