WPA bridge in Whatcom Falls Park.Read more "Whatcom Falls: Bridge Over the Falls"
Whatcom Falls Park is perhaps one of the best city parks north of Seattle. The park follows Whatcom Creek as it leaves Lake Whatcom, the local watershed for Bellingham. The creek flows through several small falls on its way to the bay. Park trails follow an old rail bed that once was used to transport […]Read more "Old Whatcom Trestle"
Continuing the creepy theme (which I intended to do before Halloween…) are some still-life photos evoking occult themes and featuring low light shooting. The light sources and reflections were tricky to work with, but aside from the candle flames I’m fairly happy with the results. The large green book is Daniel Defoe’s “A Journal of […]Read more "More creepy photos."
Cold, rainy Northwest winter afternoon makes for the perfect setting to play with creepy dolls. I personally find the juxtaposition of actual children’s dolls in creepy settings to be unsettling. These dolls were from the Halloween store. I don’t find them quite as creepy as actual children’s dolls, but they work well for props.Read more "More creepy dolls."
Tis the season for creepy photos.Read more "Creepy Dolls"
My current 300mm lens has a short aperture range and lots of vibration when standing (because it was only $109 and I’m broke. The next step up is going to be like $600. Not until I get a better job…), so it’s hard to get crisp moving objects. The result is that I don’t always […]Read more "Tallships on the Bay"