Pemaquid Point, Maine, 2017. Click to engorge and view in lightbox.
Celebrating the first 200 days of The 10,000 Days Project—only 9,800 to go, I've so got this—with a little grayscale Utah. Click it for more of it.
Shot at a Hawaiian lavender farm several years ago.
Business is brisk as Dale's House of Seed.
The Sunday work-in-progress post will be on a Monday this week; I've been busy this weekend and it's cocktail hour and I have a shaker to man. In its place, I offer baby geese. Seems like a decent trade. I know, a cheap ply, but c'mon…goslings!
There's no shortage of Canada geese around here, but that doesn't stop them from having families. I live near a quarry lake and these little guys began appearing a couple of weeks ago.
Haven't posted one of these in a while. My second big project, after I complete The Man Who Signed the City, most likely will be a photobook from the nine-month documentary project I did on collegiate athletes at practice. Working title for that one is When You Have Nothing Left to Burn (subtitle Set Yourself on Fire — all will be explained in due time).
I like this shot of an intense field hockey player getting off a shot on goal. Later a shot went wide of the net, skipped off the wet turf, and struck me in the shin. Field hockey uses the hardest ball in all of sports and I had the hematoma to prove it. Six years later, the skin is still discolored.
Shot 13 years ago on California's Redwood Coast. Image captured with a Canon PowerShot that I borrowed from my wife; I'm pleasantly surprised by the quality of the image, considering the lack of sophistication in the camera.