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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
Jeffrey with bent rods used to stake down the clam belts [see previous post] to the Gulf bottom.
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 finally was able to get some prints to Jeanine, who runs the only oysterhouse in Cedar Key, and persuade her to take a couple of minutes from shucking oysters to let me do a portrait. As I have noted … Continue reading
This afternoon I finally got around to taking some prints to Jeanine at her oyster-house. Over the years/decades that I have photographed her, either at her oyster-house or out on the water, I have never seen her not at work … Continue reading
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 think I may want to tweak a couple of things, but other than that, all the info is there!
Well, I don’t know any of the stories, but there surely must be some good ones. This is one of the many ‘country’ gates I pass on my morning bicycle rides. They all look different and interesting…but their stories remain … 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
I got off my bicycle to make this photo – it is ‘off the beaten path’ on the mainland. In 1861 the cross Florida railroad from Fernandina went this way, now it is just a disused spur off SR 24. … Continue reading
#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
Florida State Road 24
Oystermen offloading and storing the day’s harvest at Jeanine’s oysterhouse.