Saturday, October 20, 2007

Greek Olives

Greek olives with spoon and bottle of olive oil.
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Thursday, October 11, 2007

Red Chile Pods

Dried red chile pods ready for making red chile sauce.

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Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Two Avocados

Two ripe avocados on a wooden cutting board.
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Friday, September 28, 2007

The Lady and the Dragon III

Another from the Lady and the Dragon series.

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Sunday, September 16, 2007

The Lady and the Dragon II

It's been a long time since I've done any portrait type work but this was a fun shoot.

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Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Cheese Grater and Knife

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Sunday, July 08, 2007

Lightning Over Albuquerque

We had a pretty good thunderstorm roll through Albuquerque last night between 9 and 10 pm. Unfortunately, we didn't get much rain at all in this part of town but we did have a very nice light show for about an hour.

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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Ripening Grapes

Ripening grapes hang on the vine in early morning sunlight.

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Thursday, June 21, 2007


At this time of year, all the foodies are going gaga over the fresh crops of so called "stone fruits" like peaches, apricots, plums and cherries. Though not as well known as their larger kin, chokecherries are native to North America and are found almost throughout the continent.

While most chokecherries have a strong astringent flavor they do make a very distinctive jelly or syrup and can also be used for making wine.

We have the early beginnings of a nice little chokecherry thicket started in the back yard. Though this years crop will not be enough to do much with, the juice will be frozen and saved to add to next years crop.

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Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Tequila- Take Two

It's been a pretty good day so why not have another shot of tequila.

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A shot of tequila.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Morning Coffee

Hot coffee in pressed glass cup at sunrise.

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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Fresh Blackberries and Strawberry

Blackberries and strawberries always make for a tasty snack but only AFTER the photographs have been taken. This is actually the first real photograph made with my new Canon EOS 30D.

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Friday, May 04, 2007

Sharing Photography Blog Links

Late last month, Brian Auer started a photography blog project on his blog, Epic Edits Weblog, and asked his readers to submit their photography-related websites for inclusion in this article. Brian then broke down the list of those submitted into categories which include BLOGS ABOUT PHOTOGRAPHY, PHOTOBLOGS and PORTFOLIOS AND GALLERIES. Brian then invited everyone who's blogs were included to also post the list on their blogs. Below is the compiled list.

A central place for photowalkers and fans of photowalking by Trevor Carpenter
My personal site where I frequently share stories and photos from life with my family

Mostly Photography by Origin
Daily blog featuring news, editorials, thoughts, theories, and photographs

JMG-Galleries Blog by Jim M. Goldstein
Landscape & nature photography discussions & articles

Down in the Den by Wulf Forrester-Barker
The photography section of my general blog, for my “favourite of the month” and other photography related postings

Bild & Foto by Bengt
A Swedish online photography magazine

Changing Perspectives by Jenni Brehm
My photos plus a bit of info on where I took them and what I did in post-processing

wingerz by wingerz
The photography section of my blog, where I post links to my gallery and occasional snippets of advice by Andrew Ferguson
Photography tips, related technology, media and advertising

Photos by Jay by Jatin
Comprehensive regularly updated digital photography tips, free wallpapers, and pretty photos

The Work of Daniel Hellerman by Daniel Hellerman
Photoblog covering everything from high contrast shots to abandoned buildings

Sunny 16 rule by Silvia Ganora
The photographic endeavors of an Italian shutterbug

Crabby Horseshoes by Jamie
A collection of vintage, polaroid, digital and creative photography from my view of the world

photographyVoter by Paul O’Connor
A Digg-like photography website

Keen Eye by Claudia
An amateur photographer’s blog conceived as a resource for the amateur photographer: interviews, reviews, web resources, photographs

Photography Tip by Susheel
A resource for photography tips, ideas on how to extend your photography in terms of both ideas and equipment

640pixels by Carlo
I focus on photography and Photoshop advice

Out of the Dark! by Jim Hunter
The periodic, though probably irregular, rants and ravings from Jim Hunter

WORDS: irrational by A Marques
A site dedicated to photography and words and how they complement one another; photography and writing pasted together inspired by ambiguity Projects by Joost Burger
The projects of a documentary photographer

Macro Art In Nature by Michael Brown
Discovering the art to be found in the world of macro!

Live From Silver City by Avelino Maestas
A blog of photography, news, and politics

Epic Edits Weblog by Brian Auer
A photography resource for the aspiring hobbyist


Clicks On The Fly! by Shreyas
Photography as it happens

(photo)blogging sil by Silvia Ganora
A color photoblog

A C H R O M A T I C by Silvia Ganora
A black & white photoblog

Eyelashed by Jamie
A straight-up photoblog of my experiences throughout the day

Shifting Pixel by Joe Lencioni
A stunning milieu of photographic experiences and techniques by artist Joe Lencioni–from raw to refined, whimsical to thought-provoking, Shifting Pixel highlights the best of subject and photographer

Justin Stephen Photography by Justin Stephen
Just my photography

Neil Creek’s Place by Neil Creek
My photo blog, where I am doing Project 365, and plan to include many artistic and experimental photos as well as some panoramas

The MagnoFalls Project by Joe Gajda
A photoblog of slides from the 1950’s - 1960’s

The Daily Rolograaf by Lourens (AKA Rolograaf)
Personal fotoblog with party pics, portraits, urban, and some macro

Words in Images by Gino Caron
We often say “a picture is worth a thousand words”, so a good vocabulary starts with a photoblog

LIGHT: delirious by A Marques
A site dedicated to photography and words and how they complement one another; photography and writing pasted together inspired by ambiguity

A Visual Treat by Hitesh Sawlani
A daily photoblog from whatever town I’m living in at the moment and my other travels

Street Photog by Mike N.
Street photography in NYC and elsewhere by joost burger
A collection of my most interesting images

San Miguel Photo of the Day by Jon of SMA
This is a photoblog of my daily observations down here in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico


Joseph Szymanski

Jim M. Goldstein

Robert Hammar

Silvia Ganora

Agber Photography
Anne Gro Bergersen

Photography Corner
Maria Adelaide Silva

Marianne Venegoni

Ben McDarmont

A Touch of Mountain
Mary Tevebaugh

Kevin Skinner

Michael Mehl

Ben Huang

Josh Mitchel

Orion Visuals Stock
Neil Creek

Florentino M. Acosta

Florentino M. Acosta

Joost Burger

Limited X
Tom Warner

Avelino Maestas

Photography by KML
Kathy Libby

Auer PhotoWorks
Brian Auer

Saturday, April 21, 2007

Fresh From the Garden

This is actually an image originally shot last summer of freshly picked cherry tomatoes.

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Thursday, March 29, 2007

Fresh Chives

Fresh chives on cutting board with knife and bowl.

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Saturday, January 27, 2007

Early Morning Tea

As the sun rises over the Sandia Mountains on the east side of Albuquerque, New Mexico each morning, it washes the back deck with beautiful, warm light. For quite some time now I've wanted somehow to capture some of that beauty in a photograph.

In 1945 my dad was among the first American troops sent to Japan after the bomb where he bought this tea set and had it shipped home to my mom and for years I've thought about making a photograph where I could incorporate at least part of the set.

One morning early, I simply put the two together, tea set and early morning light.

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