Monday, April 9, 2012

Website revamped

Check out my new and improved website: it has been totally made over.
The images have been reorganized into 4 new folders: State & National Parks, Native American, Seascapes, and Other. These first three folders represent our favorite shooting locales and have unique images of America's famous spots plus lots of other very scenic locales.
Many new images have been added: there are now more than ever to view and choose from - at lower print prices.
More media options are available: You can choose traditional paper prints, contemporary canvas wraps, and even more contemporary aluminum prints. These ultra-glossy aluminums are truly spectacular. They stand off the wall about 1/2" and require no frame. Really eye-catching!
Go to and check it out!

Monday, April 25, 2011

Where Have All The Flowers Gone?

For months, I've been telling folks I'm going to Hill Country Texas to photograph the bluebonnets. So here I am in the middle of Hill Country -- and not a wildflower to be found! Locals tell us the drought ruined the wildflower season and they won't be blooming this year. Best we could do is go to Wildseed Farms where they raise them for the seeds. But they won't let us over the fences to get in among the flowers for the good close-ups. Bummer. Guess I'll just morph into a common tourist and see the sights. Since we're currently in Fredericksburg, we'll accept the burden of taste-testing as much German food as possible.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Published and Proud

The December 2010 issue of Shutterbug Magazine contains an article about a photography group I belong to. My "Walk In The Woods" image was selected by the magazine to be the lead image in the article!
Our Photo Arts Group is an invitation-only group of professionals in the field and wanna-be's like me. One of our group, Lou Jacobs, is a long-time photojournalist and author. He submitted the article describing the casual, yet educational, way we function.
Short bios of many members, along with one image per, is included. Needless to say, I'm proud to be included in the group and humbled by this notariety. Good job, Lou; and thanks!

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Jackson, WY festival

Well, I'm afraid I've been a bit lax in keeping this blog updated. Since the last post, we've been to the Sierra Madre, CA and Lake Arrowhead, CA fine art festivals. We're in the Grand Tetons, spending a week capturing new images. Then we'll attend a 3-day fine art festival in Jackson, WY before heading home. Great weather and great images! Who says work can't be fun?

Monday, March 16, 2009

Art Show at Furnace Creek Resort

Just returned from a successful art festival at the Furnace Creek Resort Ranch in Death Valley, CA. Weather was in the mid-80's and the buyers were HOT! They bought almost equal numbers of B/W and color images; about 60% of which were of Death Valley (naturally). The Furnace Creek Inn and Furnace Creek Ranch rooms were sold out for the weekend. But that only made for a crowd of 400 - 500 folks. However, their buying enthusiasm made up for their numbers. It was a fun event; we'll be sure to do it again next year.