• Will you be my Honey? Will you be my Honey? March 30, 2015, 12:30

    Buzz Buzz Buzz! The honeybees were out in force when I was back in Chicago – [...]

  • Museum: an Analog experience Museum: an Analog experience March 29, 2015, 15:02

    Writing that title, I cringed. Not just because it’s a terrible pun. Because [...]

  • Lens Flare at the Arboritum Lens Flare at the Arboritum March 25, 2015, 10:02

    So I went bright and early one summer morning to the Morton Arboretum, and I packed [...]

  • I’m on a ship I’m on a ship March 21, 2015, 21:57

    It’s actually a bit surprising how few ships I see, despite living so close [...]

  • Ending the Day Ending the Day March 17, 2015, 19:21

    Every time I turn around, Takao is a little bit more crowded, and a little bit more [...]

  • Airplanegate Airplanegate March 16, 2015, 11:31

    Nope. No scandal here. At least, none worth mentioning. Managed to get back from [...]

  • Light and Shadow Light and Shadow March 11, 2015, 16:35

    Let’s face it. There are a lot of seagull photos in the world. Why does the [...]

  • It saddens me to say It saddens me to say March 4, 2015, 15:28

    I am slowly inching away from film. I think the D800 did it to me. I still love my [...]

Content-ish things

Following the harvest

Following the harvest

by / on March 31, 2015, 12:39 / in News

I posted some macro shots of bees that I had found around home – and then I got to see this in the Chicago Botanical Gardens – beehives! Honeybees are a lot like working dogs – they get shuttled around where they are needed, to do the job that they can do better than us humans. In this case, collecting […]

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Museum: an Analog experience

Museum: an Analog experience

by / on March 29, 2015, 15:02 / in Photo Stories

Writing that title, I cringed. Not just because it’s a terrible pun. Because I don’t really like the word analog to describe film. The problem is, image sensors are also analog technology – its just that they feed data into a digital sensor. But that can  be said for film as well. I am certainly not darkroom printing my stuff […]

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Beached!

Beached!

by / on March 26, 2015, 18:24 / in News

Someone once complained to me that she didn’t like the way that people on the beach in Chicago pretended the lake was an ocean. We don’t, but we still enjoy our beaches. We are just keenly aware that we don’t have salty buildup after swimming and we get to swim free of fear from sharks or jellyfish. But that doesn’t […]

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I’m on a ship

I’m on a ship

by / on March 21, 2015, 21:57 / in Photo Stories

It’s actually a bit surprising how few ships I see, despite living so close to the ocean. I mean, when I lived out in the prairies amidst the corn, it made sense. Every once in a while when I make a trip down to the harbor in Yokohama, there will be an interesting ship along the pier, but that isn’t […]

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Lazy Day in Canada

Lazy Day in Canada

by / on March 19, 2015, 10:11 / in News

I rushed right over to Newfoundland, which got me there a day early! There’s something about a flight that features a sunrise over the Pacific, a sunset in LA, a sunrise over Chicago, and an East coast sunset that throws off your timing. But, woot! I had all sorts of time to shoot St. Johns, but I started the Canada […]

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Ending the Day

Ending the Day

by / on March 17, 2015, 19:21 / in Photo Stories

Every time I turn around, Takao is a little bit more crowded, and a little bit more unnatural. It’s still a beautiful spot, but it’s not the spot it was five years ago. But you can’t tell any of that from the landscapes. I think I might wrap up my Takao project sometime this year, but that shouldn’t stop you […]

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Airplanegate

Airplanegate

by / on March 16, 2015, 11:31 / in Photo Stories

Nope. No scandal here. At least, none worth mentioning. Managed to get back from Chicago all in one piece. This one actually is from the beginning of my Chicago photos – so it very well could be Newark. I don’t fly enough to know, which is probably a good thing.

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