The following contain may contain subject matter not be suitable for all audiences. So Iz minding my own business the other day driving to pickup a client and take to a doctors appointment, she lives in a trailer, renting the space it sits on, and the space rented is in a cemetery. As I approach… Continue reading Forever

Two mammals

when you just have to get away from the kaos of the world with your best bud. on my way home tonite I took the long way home, oh maybe 10 miles out of the way but every 1/10 of a mile was worth it. The route took me by Fern Ridge Reservoir near Veneta,… Continue reading Two mammals

when you just have to get away from the kaos of the world with your best bud. on my way home tonite I took the long way home, oh maybe 10 miles out of the way but every 1/10 of a mile was worth it. The route took me by Fern Ridge Reservoir near Veneta,…… Continue reading Two mammals

The other day whilst in the midst of job hunting under grey and threatening skies I was struck with uncommon sentiment so I did what comes natural I head for water’s edge.  No massive ocean close to hand, no pounding, crashing waves upon defenseless sand to steal the attention no, my choice the mighty Columbia… Continue reading The lights are on and someone is home

    let's see we have a mix of colors and black and white tones in these shots taken over past several months.  i admit i have an addiction one that i see no cure for:  camera in hand, sturdy walking shoes, all sorts of scenery, angles, lighting conditions, and an eye for composition. oh… Continue reading Shots of this and that, don’t ya know.

we are inundated with ads everywhere:  billboards ads litter the highways and byways, sports announcers,"... and now we are going into the home depot power play which can very much decide the outcome of this hockey game..." or "...lets take another look at that goal from the Microsoft Outlook 2017 goal camera..." ice rink backboards… Continue reading high flying advertisement

With the sun still minutes above the fall horizon, I park the Scion inside Fort Vancouver National Park, switch from a cramped pair of work shoes to those for walking (I always carry a pair just in case) grab the Nikon and head out.