adventures in photography

m. werneburg, 2000.03

These are my humble adventures in photography. Encounters with wildlife and humans, issues with equipment, and a few oddballs to round it out.

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photography tale: tressel bridge

2003.03

Once upon a time I did something mildly daft while on a photo hike. I decided to cross a tressel bridge that spanned a broad valley, including both a river and two busy six-line highways.

photography tale: rock climbing

1992

When I was just starting out with SLR photography, I went on a weekend rock-climbing jaunt in the Rockies with some friends. Guess who hadn't yet learned to load his film?

photography tale: blue lagoon

2000.02

I've been to the blue lagoon in Fiji. I even brought my camera gear. If I'd brought just one more crucial component, I'd have some photos to show!

photography tale: dont take that photo

2003.02

Once upon a time, a bootlegger prevented me from taking a photo of his operation during a black-out.

photography tale: the Japanese woodsman

2007.04

How to win friends and influence people in Japan. Or: when a Japanese woodsman doesn't want you photographing him at work.

photography tale: Queensland estuary

2000.07

When photographing crocodiles, you're hunting for a good photo. They're hunting, too.

photography tale: mountain top and meteorites

2002.02

In the Autumn of 2001, I joined some friends in photographing a meteorite shower. But we didn't do it half-assed. We did it from a remote mountain-top.

photo scavenger hunt

2003

Here's a little photographic project you can try.

streets without names

2010.07.14

This is my book of street photography from Tokyo. An eighty-page distillation of ten thousand photos taken from the nameless streets of the world's largest city over the years 2005–2010.

rand()m quote

(In which I leave the final word to someone else.)

A university is a collection of mutually repellent individuals held together only by a common interest in parking

--George F. Will

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