An afternoon elevation at Death Valley National Park. Hasselblad 500CM and 50mm ƒ/4.0 Distagon and Kodak T-Max 100.
Happy Women’s Day! Circa 1990’s in Orange County, California. I volunteered to photograph for The United Way. Leica M6 and Tri-X.
Downtown Los Angeles motif atop a bridge. Circa 1994. Leica M6 and Ilford Delta 400.
A Yugo along a French Curve and dappled light in Downtown Los Angeles, California. Leica M6 and Ilford FP4 Plus.
I was walking around the desert and saw this design with windblown plants in the late afternoon sun. The dunes are part of the Mojave Desert in Baker, California. I used a borrowed Leica M4-P and Agfa 25 black and white film.
Happy Winter Solstice! This morning around 3:30 am after a
Happy Easter! Going through my files I found these two images worth posting from a visit to the Mission back in 1985. I shot these with a Canon AE-1 and Ilford FP-4 film developed in D-76.
The hike up the trail to Vernal Fall is quite amazing, and it will take you longer as you stop to take photos along the way. This is a photo of the base of the fall with Kodak HIE infrared film loaded in my Leica M6 with an 87C filter attached.
A short photo story on the trek to the Dungeness Lighthouse in Sequim, Washington. The time of year was late Fall, and the air was crisp. The walk to the lighthouse is six to eight miles along the Dungeness Spit. Water surrounds the spit with the ocean on the north and a bay on the south. I used my Canon EOS1-N camera with Agfa 100 black and white film. A Leica M6 with Fuji Velvia.
The pursuit of happiness in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. Circa 1990. Leica M6 and Kodak TMZ 3200