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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
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.
Wesley pulling clams, Gulf of Mexico. He and his crew supply clams to Whole Foods. Wesley wrestling with a clam belt, Gulf of Mexico. [The clam belt is a roll of clam bags with baby clams in it, ready to … Continue reading
Heading home after a morning of planting and harvesting clams in the Gulf of Mexico.
Wesley and Jeffrey harvesting clams, Gulf of Mexico…
…it does take about half an hour from our house to get here – as soon as the weather turns a bit!
Aboard the Clam Boogie, Gulf of Mexico.
This morning I had a hard time making up my mind as to whether or not to go for my bicycle ride. The radar showed a pretty big rain/storm systems approaching us fast. I figured I would have enough time … Continue reading
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
White Pelicans, Gulf of Mexico – off Cedar Key. Cyanotype print on Canson, Montval. Same technical stuff as previous blog posts. [Thanks to my friend Captain Diana for inviting me to come along on one of her adventure tours!]
…the May-June issue of South x Southeast Photomagazine [SxSE – by subscription] with my suite of Cyanotype prints. Although I always seem to have a devil of a time getting good scans or photos of the prints, these look very … Continue reading
I just got word from Nancy McCrary, the editor/publisher of SxSE, that a bunch of my Cyanotype landscapes will be in the Flora and Fauna feature of the May June 2014 online issue. Most of them came from my excursion to … Continue reading
..of the marshes. I grabed this one on my bike ride back home. A front was passing through and this time I had to fight a head wind going home, it came straight off the Gulf of Mexico and was … Continue reading
We are having another foggy day, much like yesterday.I really enjoy them, not only because I grew up in an area where there was lots of fog but also because around here it never lasts long enough to become depressing. … Continue reading