I am very pleased to say that on Thursday I (along with 20 talented photographers) will be a part of the
B&H Event Space Portfolio show opening at Soho Photo Gallery. The opening is from 6p-8p and the show runs until July 23rd.
The image the gallery chose is “After The Harvest.”
If you are in the tristate area come on by whether to the opening or anytime before July 23rd just to see all the great work in the gallery (open Wednesday to Sunday 1pm-6pm).
And I can only stay for a few minutes. A few images from projects that I have been working on…
Happy Anniversary, Katherine…
There is no present or future; only the past, happening over and over again now.”
The Challenge this week is
By the time you see this it will be my past…
Planting baby oysters in Blackfish Creek, Wellfleet, MA.
Looking out over the Indian Point Marshes towards Blackfish Creek, low tide 2/29/16. (My apologies, I have a failing nuclear power plant on the brain. This is the Indian Neck Marshes not Indian Point…oops – edit 4/2/16 @ 6:23 pm)
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So the Winter Solstice is at 11:48PM (EST) tonight.
They are predicting temps as high as 63 Tuesday and 73 on Christmas Eve. I guess we don’t have to move back to LA for the weather after all…
I made several entries to the Lens Culture Exposure awards today and thought I would share one of the series with you…
As always feedback is appreciated.
I think I may have put all of these shots up individually already but I just realized they might make a story.