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photo by: Peter Lindbergh Just a short aside. This is the kind of photo I am missing. It is by Peter Lindbergh from the current issue of W – I breath a sigh of relief. Too many times I find … 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
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
Henry put up the posters and the opening is this weekend. So, let the crowds stream in! :) The exhibit will be up and open during our annual Seafood Festival – so there actually is a chance that ‘the crowds will stream … Continue reading
This is a screen shot of how my gallery-store is shaping up. Although I still need to make some fixes to it I decided to keep it ‘on-air.’ One of the opening receptions for the exhibit is tomorrow and I … Continue reading
This morning we went to the Arts Center to hang the photos. It took Wyeth about 15 minutes to get the exhibit together. It would have taken me all day and looked like crap. We were fortunate in that the … Continue reading
Landing the Clam Boogie.
This is the proposed poster for the inside of the building, just to show the name of the exhibit. Of course this all could change totally, but I wanted to post this photo. It shows Morgan on his last net … Continue reading
This is my first go at the poster design for the upcoming exhibit. We need three different posters, all about 22×30 inches, printed in black & white. I am greatly enjoying this part of the process. Feel free to comment … Continue reading
Another exposure from my morning bicycle ride.
This is where it all comes together, oyster, clams, palm trees, gasoline, pickup-trucks, a convenience store, the fruit stand. If you want to get the pulse of the place, hang out here. The center of it all is the convenience … Continue reading
This is the most photographed thing around here. There are probably already 539 zillion too many photos of it out there, so I photographed it again this morning because I thought the Gulf and the sky looked interesting. In ‘tourist … Continue reading
I truly love the vegetation around here, from the marsh grasses to the palmetto and scrub oaks. This is a few yards behind our house. Besides the beauty of nature it tells of the folly of human behavior. That boat … Continue reading
Actually not quite – this is looking from the little park behind our house towards the Suwannee River Delta. Although I thought we were done with fog, we had some more this afternoon. This morning started out bright and sunny, … Continue reading