Friday, November 9, 2012

Signs I love, graffitti in my hood, some death and some pure living joy!!!!

this charlie sheen piece was in Michigan, not my hood, but awesome nonetheless.

Cannon Beach, mummified batman? Love it!

This is my hood!

Nature photography, how to...

Photographing animals in their element is a thrilling hobby and a worthwhile pursuit. Challenge one is getting close enough to the subject without them disappearing into the underbrush. For that reason I prefer to shoot captive and or deceased wildlife.

Often the hardest thing is finding subjects that will stay still long enough to photograph them.

I just keep my eye out for "wildlife" that looks like it might stick around for a while. This feller looks like he's been sticking around for a few days.

That's how I get that peaceful look. SHHH!

I shot all of these with a handheld zoom-less camera phone. So i just get up there real close and irritate the hell out of the animal.

I don't know anything about this.

Trying to achieve natural lighting is especially hard when photographing in museum exhibits.

Good luck out there, keep clicking away!

Embodied cognition, Painting and Heartache.

This last year has brought me all kinds of opportunities for growth. At this ripe old age I would say that heartbreak ...