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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
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
I have the great good fortune to live withing a stone’s throw of a fantastic network of bicycle trails. A superbly landscaped and maintained trail takes me along one of the main highway arteries to the trail head of the … Continue reading
I have realized that the funkiness of the lumen process allows me to use some of my more funky images and so I am having a good converting them to lumen prints. A different paper this time! [Digital neg contact … Continue reading
Jeanine [oystergirl] who runs an/the oysterhouse in Cedar Key. The negative for this was quite thin and probably more suited to a Cyanotype print. To me, the versatility of the digital negative is astounding and a wonderful addition to my … Continue reading
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
I drove by here it was a bar – alongside US 19/98, Florida.
Working on updating my web site, I ran across this photo of my friend Mary Beth which was taken in her Tallahassee studio about seven years ago. I had never processed it before, and am quite happy with this black … 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…
Been invited again to go out with these guys on Monday – looking forward to it.
For the ‘back-story’ see my previous post below.