Savannah and Tybee Island

This weekend we took a small roadtrip to Savannah to see my daughter Diana present at the Telfair Museum Jepson Center.  She was part of the Pulse Art and Technology Festival, and she provided a workshop followed by a lecture on Fashion and Technology. The Jepson Center for the Arts is an incredible building by architect […]

Man’s mark on the earth

Today while out shooting on Hecksher Drive it occurred to me that it’s hard to avoid evidence of man’s presence on the earth. I drove out to a fairly remote area north of town, where I can remember my dad taking my brother and I fishing. It was always a quiet and peaceful area where […]

County Dock Road

  There is a public dock and boat launch at the end of County Dock Road in Mandarin. This is a great place to catch clouds and the sunset over the St Johns River, and is one of the few public accesses to the river along Mandarin Road (the other is Mandarin Park further south).  […]

Epson 9900 is up and running!

With some help from a friend, I finally got the inks loaded, the paper holder assembled, firmware updated, and everything hooked up. Last night my first 8.5 x 11 print came off the printer. Of course I forgot to set the color profile and paper type correctly and it looked like crap. Panic! By paying […]

A Steinway is an object of beauty

Yesterday I was fortunate enough to photograph a restored Steinway piano for a friend. What was supposed to be an hour session turned into a 3.5 hour shoot. I find musical instruments fascinating and I wish that I had even more time to explore some different angles and views with the piano. The instrument was […]

Washington Oaks State Park

Washington Oaks State Park has an interesting outcropping of coquina rock along the shore which is exposed at low tide. This is one of the few places where Florida can claim a rocky coastline. I took Cliff out mid-afternoon just for some sightseeing. Another cloudless day and very cold. So what do you do when conditions […]