April 2017 S M T W T F S « Mar 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
christian harkness on Spring Break….. Anonymous on Spring Break….. Dave on Southern Glossary….. christian harkness on Testing…… Simon Howlett on Testing……
- 79,977 hits
- aquaculture Arches 140lb Watercolor Paper Hot Press Arches Cover Arches Watercolor HP architecture Art artist's book arts berlin bicycle bird-dog bird-dog boats black & white Brooks Jensen Canson Montval cedar key cedar key photography clam farming clamming color photography commercial fishing contact print cyanotype Dan Burkholder digital digital negative digital photography documentary druckstelle film photography Florida Fuji Neopan 1600 gulf of mexico Hand Made highway 19/98 highway culture highway venacular Ilford MG IV RC Japanese Stab Book Binding kraft paper landscape landscape photography Letting go of the Camera lumen Made in the USA Made With Paper motels nature oystermen paper negatives Photographers on Tumblr photography pinhole pinhole photography portrait printmaking Rodney Smith Santa Barbara Pinhole slow exposure Smithsonian South by Southeast Photomagazine southern photography Southern Road spanish moss street photography Suwannee River Delta SXSE Magazine T-Max 3200 Tallahassee The Way We Worked video waterwomen Yashica FXS-3 Zero 2000 zine
Category Archives: digital
I just returned from Spring Break with the family. While the weather forecast for the week had looked great, at the last minute it turned cold, too cold for me to want to get out of bed early, put on … Continue reading
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
Last week I posted to/curated the Southern Glossary Instagram site. This morning the editor posted a nice recap of my posts and comments on the SG website. I think they did a great job and it’s worth a visit.
Wesley winching up clam bags while Jeffrey is hosing them down to get all the mud and sand off the clams and bags; Brett in back emptying the bags into orange-red plastic buckets. Watching this evolution is like watching a … Continue reading
Jeffrey, Wesley and Brett hauling clams on board and washing and stowing them.
Diana and her sister wrestling a large and very heavy bag of clams onto their bird-dog in 2004. Diana’s boat was one of the earler ones to adopt the cut-out transom which made it far easier to get the … Continue reading
Early Friday Morning
Wesley getting ready to spread clam belt on Gulf bottom. I left this one in color because I am fascinated by the water swirling around Wesley and the clam belt.
Jeffrey at the end of the tumbler, checking for bad clams and ‘trash.’ What this photo does not convey is the incredible speed, agility and team work the whole process of clamming requires and which these guys have perfected. That … Continue reading
I have been playing around with making a one sheet [8.5×11 inch] – 8 page zine since I ran across the instructions on the experimentwithnature blog. So far I have only put together one layout. Using Photoshop and layers the … Continue reading
Heading out on my ride Friday morning there were interesting clouds in the sky and I planned on stopping at No.4 to see if I could get a photo of the water and sky. Just as I got off the … Continue reading
Stacks of clam bags behind the shop.
Wesley adding a bag to the ‘mended’ pile.
Brett pulling up another clam bag to be mended.
Not all the time is spent on the water. Jeffrey, Brett and Wesley mending clam bags. In the old days, before the Florida Net-Ban went into effect they would probably have been mending nets instead.