A Touch of Color

A bit of color goes a long way and in these five photographs I added what I felt to be just enough for the subjects to stand out. Photographed near the college town of Eugene, Oregon and out on the Oregon Coast at Coos Bay my objective was to come away with interesting images, colorizing… Continue reading A Touch of Color

A bit of color goes a long way and in these five photographs I added what I felt to be just enough for the subjects to stand out. Photographed near the college town of Eugene, Oregon and out on the Oregon Coast at Coos Bay my objective was to come away with interesting images, colorizing…… Continue reading A Touch of Color

Getaway, Part 2

West Eugene, Oregon about 435 pm, part 2. After out running the lawman Buford T. Pusser Sid and Nancy take this unused roadway down by the abandoned rail yard leaving no tracks, no trace of where they came from and where they are going to.

West Eugene, Oregon about 435 pm, part 2. After out running the lawman Buford T. Pusser Sid and Nancy take this unused roadway down by the abandoned rail yard leaving no tracks, no trace of where they came from and where they are going to.

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

It was a long day I was driving the beat from Dexter to Springfield to Cottage Grove, Oregon not to mention a few small towns in-between. My back end was feeling cramped, muscularly pained, the calves on both legs were stiffening they, I, needed to get erect so Iz pull off the beaten path to… Continue reading spring is in the air

ante meridiem shilotte

first morning light illumination was captured by being in the right place at the right, having my camera with me as I head out into the working world, and having a love of trains. the picture is of the old southern pacific machine shop which once sprouted a roundhouse now just the concrete floor remains.… Continue reading ante meridiem shilotte

first morning light illumination was captured by being in the right place at the right, having my camera with me as I head out into the working world, and having a love of trains. the picture is of the old southern pacific machine shop which once sprouted a roundhouse now just the concrete floor remains.…… Continue reading ante meridiem shilotte

idle time only this time in black and white

one evening whilst walking off the days stress I spotted to engines a idling in a nearby rail yard eugene, oregon, tracks merging into each other and then into the partly cloudy evening sky. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

one evening whilst walking off the days stress I spotted to engines a idling in a nearby rail yard eugene, oregon, tracks merging into each other and then into the partly cloudy evening sky. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

one day I drove down this road, my eye spies, I stop to investigate. walking up to this gate I halt and strain for a better look. under these humming lines of power and technology... in the far back corner of this field something stuck out just beyond the poles of technology... looking as if… Continue reading roadside discovery

all of the colorful photographs below are taken in and around skinner's butte in eugene except the colonial looking building with the huge pine tree and the same building taken from a side view. the statue-like of saturn is of many placed throughout skinner's butte and adjoining alton baker park displaying the nine planets and… Continue reading mining photographic gold

and now for something completely, completely, completely different...with lumix camera with leica lense secure in hand I ventured out into the world yesterday in search of light, subject , and scene. the following is just a portion of what i found at Skinner Butte park along the Willamette River in Eugene, Oregon; aside from the… Continue reading the annual plummet

taking my camera with me to work has paid off dividends countless and the pictures below are exceptions. the first and last photos are taken around fort Vancouver in Vancouver, Washington and those in-between in my new hometown eugene, Oregon, eugene, not only the home of the college football team the Oregon ducks, but also… Continue reading man-made objects

flora and surroundings

now that I live in eugene, Oregon I find the best way  to get the lay of a new land is to sling camera over the shoulder and get lost, I mean what better way to find yourself, eh? eugene is built on the lumber and agricultural industries the former not so much today however,…… Continue reading flora and surroundings