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Southern Glossary is a web-based magazine about Southern art, performance, documentary, and advocacy. A while ago I contributed photos from my The Colors of Clamming portfolio to their Instagram site. Four of them made it into the winter print edition … Continue reading
Wesley adding a bag to the ‘mended’ pile.
Last week I went out with Wesley, Jeffrey and Brett to photograph while they planted and harvested clams. It was a foggy morning and when we got to the lease the water was just a bit too deep and frankly, … Continue reading
….for me anyhow – it also works in black & white. Not quite sure why I am always surprised when it does. It was a little easier when I worked with b&w film only, there was no choice. Too many … Continue reading
Oystermen bringing in the day’s harvest….
Janice Coup in the kitchen of her famous and sorely missed Heron Restaurant.
A cold and drizzly Monday morning at Jeanine’s Oysterhouse, waiting for the oystermen.
One of my favorite quotes concerning the hotel is from a 1973 National Geographic article about Cedar Key and the hotel. It goes something like this: “…Some of its weathered buildings are boarded up, but the 115-year-old Island Hotel still … Continue reading
…working, as always! [Holga & Neopan 400]
…it does take about half an hour from our house to get here – as soon as the weather turns a bit!
My apologies for posting this again. I went ahead and incorporated the two pages into my website. I would appreciate any feed-back or hear of any problems you might be encountering when viewing these two pages. I have learned that … Continue reading