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Slow Burn

The small abandoned fire station that I stumbled up on just south of Indio, California has yielded a few good images. Some of you may recognize the broken chair in the bottom of this frame from a previous shot I published of it. What I’ve been realizing more often during my processing, is that the […]

Purple

During my one evening at Bombay Beach, I unwittingly composed and shot almost the exact same scene at two different times. The first was while the sun was still up, although low in the sky and the second was after the sun had set about 30 minutes later. I didn’t realize I had duplicated the […]

Moon Rock

In addition to the pretty cool Joshua Trees that reside in the national park of the same name, there are also some pretty cool rock formations. The landscape felt almost alien to me. Big, round rocks jutting out of low scrubby desert is definitely something I’m not used to seeing living in Calgary. I tried […]

Satisfied

I have today and tomorrow off work, so I made the most of my time off today by sleeping in…hence the late blog post. I really had no idea what I wanted to post this morning. I sifted through a whole bunch of my old photos going all the way back to 2009, but didn’t […]

Help

I really love my 50mm 1.4, and I’m trying to make good on my promise to myself to use it more often than I have in the past. I don’t have too much to say about this shot…I just hope you enjoy the textury goodness 🙂