WWII Honor Flight
The Ancient One
A Soul of Stump Lake
Souls of Stump Lake
These stumps are located in Snoqualmie Pass, Washington. They are accessible by car/foot from late summer when the water lever is low through early winter before the first snow fall. They were cut down a 100 years ago to salvage the wood before converting the area as a reservoir. They stand from just a couple feet to well over 8 feet. Each seems to have a unique face carved in to them created by the woodsmen that that fell them. In the early part of the 20th century, lumberjacks used planks placed in notches on the tree trunks to get above the thick base of the tree to an area that was quicker to cut through. On larger trees there might be as many as 6 or more of these spring board holes looking like empty eyes.
The Great Wheel @sunset and fog
A generalized area for landscape and seascapes.
Zombie Wedding Party
No Umbrellas in Seattle
May Day Heros
What goes in ...
A generalized area for street photography.
Data @ Rest
A Small Project
A series of metaphorical images based on computer terminology. The figures used are less than an inch in height and can have 20 or more images stacked to control the depth-of-field. And I believe one of key visuals is actually something never seen.
A series of images taken of Puget Sound, ferries and ships as they pass by Seattle. I do love a good sunray!