Life is good.
Life is good.
From a new series I’ve been working on. Expect to see a lot more color around here.
I like freestanding chimneys.
From my short stint in New York.
I love this house. I wish I could buy it and move it to somewhere I’d actually want to live.
No idea what kind of fish this is, but it looked like it had wings. We asked the guy what kind it was, and he told us but I forget details. He was happy to hold it up though.
Seriously… what kind of fish is this?
I kept running into this guy while walking around the Lincoln Memorial.
I’ve been really happy with how this image turned out, so I made a silver-gelatin print from the negative. I like the print even better than the ambrotype version.
One of my first nearly-successful ambrotypes. It’s fogged and has various problems. But this is really more the aesthetic that I’m going for. So the goal for the summer is to be able to get a really solid ambrotype so I can get back to this.
Also, Happy Birthday, Stacy!
Another of the same thing, a few seconds later, different angle. Love that light.
I have an opening tonight at Mason Murer Gallery here in Atlanta. If you’re in the area, it’d be great for you to come out. I have six pieces in the show, but I’m one of many artists. The part of the show I’m participating in is called Fresh Blood.
I love this house.
Stacy and I drove down to the Sweet Auburn neighborhood on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. It was a surreal experience, especially after all of the specials on the History Channel.
So these four guys were playing back and forth in pairs down the street from the Ebenezer Baptist Church where Dr. King grew up and was a pastor. As we got down there, they were putting away their horns and they noticed my camera. They were willing to play a little more for a few shots, and all of the traffic on the sidewalk waited until we were finished.