As you no doubt know, I do all of my blogging at my photography shop's main blog, Victory Rolls and V8s. But just in case you weren't aware of that, or you're new, I wanted to share with you my most recent post: "Finding sanguinity in America's abandoned places". My work includes a great deal of photography featuring abandoned, crumbling places; since I'm not a fan of dystopianism, this often surprises people. I hope my blog post about my love for photographing forsaken locales sheds light on my reasons for that. Do pop over and take a gander!... » Read More
Earlier today, someone sent me these photos by Russell Lee and Alfred T. Palmer that were taken on behalf of the Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information during the US Great Depression. Taken between 1939-1943 (keep in mind that America remained in depression until nearly the mid-40s), they show who we were as a people. Many look at these photographs and say, "Oh, that America is long gone"—and they say so with a sense of longing. Yes, there was hardship—great hardship—but families and neighborhoods stuck together and helped each other as they could. No, life and people weren't perfect, but we get the sense that even with... » Read More
If you've been popping in now and then, you've seen me continue to add more photographs of classic cars, architecture, an abandoned drive-in movie theatre (seeing those always makes me so sad!), various sights from Route 66, an Art Deco trolley, and, of course, nature photographs. The subject of the nature photograph you see here, however, is a mystery to me. I stumbled across these flowers in the herb garden at West Virginia's Oglebay Resort. At first glance, the flowers look like chamomile, but having grown quite a bit of chamomile myself...these little blooms just don't look right. What's left of the white petals and the crunchy-looking yel... » Read More
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