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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
Bird-dog, 2nd Street, Cedar Key, FL
The last of a breed, Rick’s wooden bird-dog boat. I think it is no longer in service, I have not seen it for a while. I used to think of it as a big boat, but it is dwarfed by … Continue reading
Just an ordinary view, a couple of hundred yards from our house….
My small book The Colors Of Clamming is for sale by Peecho, the printer in Amsterdam who printed my copy. Clicking on the above image will take you to their site where you can order the book in several different … Continue reading
I designed and printed a smaller version [8.75 x 5.75 inches] of myWaterWomen trifold. I really think in this case smaller is better – I do love the seize and feel of it – it is a pleasure to hold … Continue reading
…and off the boat, the cutaway transom of which can be seen in the upper left corner.
I am not getting out on the water enough to photograph my friends clamming and oystering. This is my friend Milinda a couple of years ago pulling clam bags off Cedar Key.
I think I may want to tweak a couple of things, but other than that, all the info is there!
#ClippedOnIssuu from: The Colors Of Clamming I need to check on one more name and then I will order my first proof copy from issuu. Once that is done it will be available for purchase. I am not taking any … Continue reading
My issuu publication The Colors Of Clamming is coming along nice and slow! :)
…here a bit with posting this ‘work-in-progress’ issuu version of my The Colors Of Clamming portfolio.My plans are to make this a downloadable publication containing the fifteen images from my current portfolio. This will be Volume One and I hope … Continue reading
I have been meaning to bring my on-line portfolio of The Colors Of Clamming up to 15 photos. So this afternoon I uploaded the above new/reworked ones.
I just received a note from Kelly Searle, the Founder & Editor in Chief at Liner Magazine, letting me know that photos and story from my WaterWomen portfolio will be in the next issue of the magazine, coming out on … Continue reading
If you’d like to see this in color, please go to my updated The Colors of Clamming web pages. As always, I would love your feed-back!