|My attempts at expression through atypical photography.|
|infra-red black and white|
I enjoy working with infra-red black and white photography, and have used it in urban and rural settings from Japan to Melbourne to Ontario.
Wabi sabi is a Japanese term for the concept of accidental beauty found in things decaying or reverting to nature. I use it as a blanket term for all of the run-down things I find so interesting. This includes abandoned buildings (haikyo).
These are some artsy-fartsy experiments with toy cameras.
Images from cemeteries from around the world.
I like photographing tree trunks, mostly in black and white. I find them an interesting source of contrasting shadows, textures, and shapes. (I hope this isn't a boring collection.)
Some of the random odds and ends I deemed worthy of publishing.
Photos featuring the sky.
|at my feet|
Things I've shot as I've found them at my feet.
Photos where shadows play a strong role in the composition.
|walls & rocks|
I like taking photos of walls from up close. What can I say.
In general, I like photographing small odds and ends, the corners and tucked-away things. This includes reflections.
I like photographing vehicles.
Verdance of all sorts.
Once in a while, I attempt portraiture. Nothing fancy or formal, just people.
|the quick and the dead|
Sometimes (or, I suppose you could say, every time) things die. Other things haven't got that far
I take a lot of photos of buildings. I find their endless variety fascinating, as well as the way they blend form and function.
|snow and ice|
I come from the land of the ice and snow, don'tcha know.
Sharp focus is overrated. Amiright? Eh?
I like photographing different textures.
I've found a lot of abandoned places, structures and equipment over the years.
|larger than life|
Macro work, not my usual but I'm learning.
|other people's art|
Some people leave works of art sitting around where anyone can photograph them.
That amazing substance, color.
These things draw me, but I find them hard to shoot.