Before I chose to use this blog to post my photography, it was intended to host tale of my travels and explorations (hence the name). While digging through old photos, I came across this small set featuring a cultural mystery that’s perplexed me for a decade. A little background– in 2007 I was serving in […]Read more "A Cultural Mystery: Symbols from Iraq"
Taken early spring 2015.Read more "Painted Tulips"
Older photo taken around 2012. I have many, many photos of this tree and bench, covering many seasons. One day I’ll put together a year’s look at this scene.Read more "Forlorn"
Older photo taken in early summer 2014.Read more "Peaceful Sunset"
Old photo from 2014. Taken on the plot of the former town of Park, WA.Read more "Abandoned Tracks"
These photos were taken in early summer 2014, over Drayton Harbor. I fell in love with the lavender hues, still water, reflections, and hazy mountains creating a dream-like scene. I love these so much that one of them hangs in the living room, blown up into a wall-sized print. Sadly, I have not seen this […]Read more "Lavender Dreams"
Gasworks Park is a very well known feature of Seattle, in the Wallingford neighborhood. The park was originally owned by Seattle Gas Light Company, as a coal gasification factory. From Wikipedia: “Gas Works park contains remnants of the sole remaining coal gasification plant in the United States. The plant operated from 1906 to 1956, and was […]Read more "Shooting Around Gasworks Park"