Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Giants Court – Carlsbad Caverns NM.

I’ve spent three days at 750 feet below the surface, photographing in the dim light with digital and film. It’s truly awe inspiring and it was one of most challenging subjects I’ve worked with and not for lack of beauty … Continue reading

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Ultra Thick DIY Inkpress Business Cards.

These are the new gallery cards I made up for Nathan and I. I’m always trying new card designs, but I’ve been wanting something with a hand made impact that can be produced easily and on demand here in the … Continue reading

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First Flight – The Gliding Saga, Utah

It was Spring by the time we hit the last leg of our 2012 winter tour. We stopped in the Salt Lake area and parked overnight at Cabelas in Salt Lake City. Sondra went shopping the next day and I … Continue reading

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Art Study – The Watering Place, 1777, Gainsborough.

I wanted to start a new series looking at classical art on my journal, as I get a lot of my inspiration by studying the masters. It makes me study line and tone it a broad since instead of merely … Continue reading

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