Lughnasadh or Lughnasa (pronounced /ˈluːnəsə/, LOO-nə-sə; Irish: Lúnasa, /ˈl̪ˠuːn̪ˠəsˠə/; Scottish Gaelic: Lùnastal, [ˈl̪ˠu:nəsd̥əl̪ˠ]; Manx: Luanistyn, [ˈluanɪst̪ən]) is a Gaelic festival marking the beginning of the harvest season.
Unknown, unpublished in life, photography icon is now enjoying a post-mortem renaissance… Vivian Maier shot up the streets of Chicago, but no one ever called the police nor filed any kind of […]
Art can be an incremental process. Then there are times when, without warning, you find yourself caught in the throes of some muse’s dying, orgasmic spasm, well and truly beyond any rational […]
(Midtown Market, Brisbane, California 2017. See my other work here and here.)
I’m trying a new photo-editing software — ON1. So far, the jury’s out on it. It’s not that intuitive (Denny says after two days), but the trial period is a month. So […]
In the land of friendly liquor and benevolent caffeine… Part of my S&R Tokyo Series This Mormon boy (I didn’t get his name and it doesn’t matter) was on his mission at […]
Icarus (a small self-portrait) Dandelions think they’re bluebells. Moths believe they’re butterflies. No one told them, or they wouldn’t listen. What if I’m mistaken, begoggled, peddling DaVinci’s madman machine toward high noon?
There are some great old neon signs on South Broadway in Denver/Englewood. These are of the Gothic Theatre. (All shots in this series are taken in Englewood, a ‘burb bordering Denver to […]