Today’s image is from Barcelona’s beautiful Parc de la Ciutadella, at the top of the park’s ornate fountain. For some reason this photo reminds me of the film “Close Encounters Of The Third Kind” – the scene at the end when all of the missing earthlings were walking off of the spacecraft, returned to Earth. […]Read More Dispatches from a shy street photographer – Travelers
My phone accidentally recorded this weird avant garde short film from my pocket the other day when I was walking around St. Johns with my friend Donna. …or was it an accident…Read More Do smartphones dream of electric sheep?
Today’s image comes from a wonderful little square in Barcelona, where I had the pleasure of drinking beers with my fellow pinhole photography friends on Pinholeday weekend. I think this series could also be called “Dispatches from an accidental street photographer” because often I am more drawn to the architecture when I first shoot the […]Read More Dispatches from a shy street photographer – Placa Del Sol
When I travel I like to take a camera loaded with 35mm black and white film with me to capture the city I’m in. I don’t live in the big city, but I love street photography, and I like to try my hand at it when I get the chance. The problem is that I […]Read More Dispatches from a shy street photographer
Bective Abbey is the last virtual stop of my pinhole tour through Ireland. Like the other ruins we visited, it was awesome. In the truest definition of the word. I grew up in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. We don’t have this here. We have nothing that can remotely compare to this. So being […]Read More Bective Abbey through a pinhole