Recently I borrowed a copy of “The Practice of Contemplative Photography: Seeing the World with Fresh Eyes,” from my local library. The theme of the book reminded me of my college art history classes and stories about the influence of Zen philosophy on the photography of Alfred Stieglitz, Minor White and especially the abstract focus […]
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They’re back. A few weeks ago I started seeing this momma bobcat climb over the fence and stroll through my yard to reach the golf course and open fields beyond. Often she would return a short time later with a squirrel or a rabbit in her mouth and hop over the fence to the overgrown […]
After a protracted battle, Seward Johnson’s “Forever Marilyn” statue has been installed in front of the Palm Springs Art Museum. Some objected to the placement, thinking the 26-foot-tall aluminum and steel sculpture, depicting a scene from the 1955 comedy, “The Seven-Year Itch,” appears to be flashing the museum to the rear, and a misogynistic objectification […]
En route to Palm Springs earlier this week, I stumbled on a fire at a homeless encampment at the east end of town. From the I-10 freeway I noticed thick black smoke wafting over the downtown area. I exited at Hargrave Street and found the fire was just a block away. I had a camera […]
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Following a storm a few weeks ago I woke up early to find the mountains flanking the San Gorgonio Pass shrouded in fresh snow. Instead of taking my usual morning walk, I drove up to a turnout on Hwy 243 for an unobstructed view. This image is four frames from a Nikon full-frame DSLR stitched […]
I spent some time over the holidays cleaning out closets and finding items I no longer need, but could be of use to someone else. One man’s trash is another man’s treasure, as the saying goes. I’m not one to make a crude snap with an iPhone, preferring to make the items I sell appear […]