It’s been a good year.
Trees at dusk.
Probably best not to venture in there without a flashlight.
Set painting for an upcoming play.
Yeah, a slow night for ideas. Thankfully this isn’t a video project, or I’d have to come up with a voice and dialogue.
Seeking subjects from the toolbox.
From a holiday gift bag.
Christmas Eve in the desert.
Successfully completed the first third of my 365.
The holiday collection.
Found these guys hanging out in the back yard… they are *SO* busted!
Irreverent Christmas Decorations.
From the “miscellaneous” box.
I don’t care for this, but it’s what I ended up with so I’m obligated to post it. I’ve seen a lot of photos recently where people took out-of-focus photographs of small light sources and the results were really interesting. Mine? Not. I’ll have to work on this.
More scenes from a backpack.
I wish I could remember what these keys went to.
I have too many telephones.
I’m not even sure I should try describing the setup here. The viewpoint here is through the middle of a cylindrical hot-tub filter. A light source at the far end illuminates the individual holes inside of the cylinder.
The lid on a beer stein.
The movie “Three Amigos” was a favorite of mine when it first came out on video (back when VHS rental stores were booming in the eighties.) In fact, I will even admit that I saw it so many times that I could practically recite every line from memory. But I was surprised to see the …
Another attempt at photographing the moon. Although there are many problems with this result, at least I was able to dial down the exposure to the point that Lightroom could bring out the shadowed features. From the playback on the camera, though, I couldn’t tell. I’ll happily claim this one as a successful step in …
A portion of the entrance at an Albuquerque security company.
Sugarfree, to be more precise.
And I thought this basket would never come in handy.
It’s like a scavenger hunt to find subjects in my own house. :-)
Not much I can say to elaborate.
Not sure if the title is related to look on my face or with my reaction to how much time I can put into simple crop/rotation tweaks in Lightroom.
Glad I’m not a tree today. Or any day, for that matter.
I swear my desk doesn’t appear to be this dusty in real life.
Another experiment that did not work out as well as I thought it would. This is a self-taken shot of my camera lens. Two mirrors were needed to capture a photo of myself from the side. The multiple levels of bathroom mirror glass, though, cause a significant amount of unwanted “ghosting” in the image.