Early in my life clouds began to catch my eyes. During school, I couldn’t sit by windows in class without being helplessly distracted. Later in life, if I needed to clear my mind, I’d just step outside...
Soon I began expressing this fascination artistically. In fact, this attraction has been one of the major muses for my photography and, as my domain suggests, this web site. And so it is also the purpose of the web site - to distract you for a few moments by sharing some of the scenes which have taken my attention in the past few years.
Of course there is no location to stare at clouds that could be better than a place which is already beautiful. So, while I’m waiting for another cloud to pass, I look for other things to photograph.
In my life, clouds have always represented freedom. Something about the way they effortlessly hang in the sky – floating above strain of our world. Photographing them allows me to connect with that freedom.
Recently I began photographing simpler images… less content, less color and less mess. Sometimes the clutter tends to sneak back in, but if there was a formula – it wouldn’t be interesting.
Few locations are quite as striking as the memorials found scattered around the Mall… Unfortunately, the power of these places are not easily captured through a photograph, but here are some of my attempts.
While living in eastern Tennessee falling water was simple to find. Who new that it would be the same in DC: Cunningham Falls, Catoctin Mountain, Great Falls… and I haven’t even been to the Shenandoah Mountains yet!
Living in DC has provided an amazing opportunity to shoot some of America’s favorite locations on a daily basis… an experience quite different from my Tennessee roots.
The inverse power of praise
Should praise focus on intelligence or persistence?
Wildlife conscious vandals...
Unlimited e-mail address w/ Google
Apparently you can add a +[any string] between your username and the @ sign in your gmail address - firstname.lastname@example.org. Very useful.
Make a ring out of a dime
...if only there was more time.
How to steal a bike in NYC
Ping Pong Ball + Plastic Cup
Equals hours of fun...
Marketing Parody: Apple-style vs. Microsoft-style
The title says it all...
Need to send large e-mails?
DropSend will take care of it for you...
Getty acquires iStockPhoto
Congrats to iStockPhoto - $50 million! I hope it doesn't increase the cost of photos.
Following Benford's Law, or Looking Out for No. 1
Evidently the number 1 turns up as the first digit about 30 percent of the time in numerical data.