Author Archives: christian harkness

About christian harkness

Photographer and printmaker; living and working in north Florida.

“Way Down Upon The Suwannee River…”

My friend Suwannee Dawn and I are cooperating on a magazine/book using my photographs of her and her text. SD grew up and now lives and works in the Suwannee River Delta, a place that is still pretty untamed and … Continue reading

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One Hot Sunday Morning in July….

A couple of dummy pages from my work-in-progress Digest. This is the back story: One hot Sunday morning in July of 2000 I received a call from Nena Calvert, asking if I wanted to go out with her husband Doug … Continue reading

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Still rummaging……

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Foul mood this May Day…

Perhaps I am in a particularly foul mood this May Day. As I work my way through photos and text for my Digest I keep encountering memories of friends who struggled mightily, who were intelligent, who provided valuable and necessary … Continue reading

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And so we turned to the only thing we could – clam farming

One of my ‘works-in-progress’ is editing, sequencing, and laying out a MagCloud Digest about clam farming in Cedar Key. Briefly leading in with info about the Net-Ban, which brought all of this about. One of the early parts of the … Continue reading

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Drascombe Dabber

This gallery contains 11 photos.

      This time of the year we have fantastic sailing weather in this part of Florida. Way back in the mid-‘80’s I did a story about that for SAILING Magazine, featuring my Drascombe Dabber and Cathy, who had … Continue reading

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Zine

Okay, so far it’s taken me three zine dummies to work out all the kinks. That’s a bit much. I am paying for not being organized and more methodical going into this project. But it’s really fun too!     … Continue reading

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Suwannee Dawn Poster

32692: Suwannee Dawn Blue Highways Suwannee Dawn driving on the Blue Highways of Dixie County, Fl

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Poster

32625: MACPoster1 Milinda and Wayland getting ready to pull clams in the Gulf of Mexico, off Cedar Key, FL.

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Poster

32625: Les visions du temps passé Les visions du temps passé -Poster

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Poster

32625: Jeanine Oyster Planting Jeanine Oyster Planting – Poster

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Clam Boogie: Clam Boogie Print Clam Boogie, off Cedar Key, Gulf of Mexico

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Another Digest

32312 By christian harkness in 32312 8 pages, published 4/15/2018 32312  I made another MagCloud diges [eight  5.25 x 8.25 pages] with some of the photos from my session with MB. I am totally pleased with the quality of the … Continue reading

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Digest 32625 #1

32625 #1 By christian harkness in 32625 8 pages, published 1/6/2018 32625 #1 Promo  A eight page black & white digest with full page Cedar Key, Fl photos.

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The Colors of Clamming

32625: The Colors of Clamming Digest A brief, full color, eight-page look at clamming operations in the Gulf of Mexico, off Cedar Key, Florida.  

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