Sunday, July 31, 2005

Saturday, July 30, 2005

Botanical Gardens

Some shots from a trip to a great botanical garden full of wonders... err... I mean the Garden Center at Lowes. More Lowes blogging here.

Mystery #4

Do you know what this is?

Produce Blogging #14

I missed posting the fruit on Thursday because I was traveling late Thursday and I had trouble getting on the Internet from the hotel. Here it is, 2 days late... because Thursday night is grocery night! When I was a kid, I thought navel oranges were somehow creepy looking, but I did appreciate the lack of seeds.

Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Mystery #3

Do you know what this is? I'm assuming this one is more difficult because it's not a common household object.

Here comes the sun...

... and I say... it's going to be another scorcher.

Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Sky, cloud, land... part 3

I liked this funny little cloud. It kinda looks like a flame to me. More sky, cloud, land... here and here.

Sunday, July 24, 2005

Barber Shop or Museum? Part 4

More useless collectables from the Shearcut on Fife Street. More here, here and here.

Mystery #2

Can you tell what this is? I really have no idea if this will be difficult or not. It's hard for me to know since I already know what it is. We had some fun guessing this.

Saturday, July 23, 2005

Goldfish quickies

Recently, I was passing the fish for sale in a local store and I just very quickly grabbed a couple of shots. I was surprised when I got home that I actually liked both shots. That never happens. More goldfish here.

Thursday, July 21, 2005

Produce Blogging #13

Because Thursday night is grocery night. (Actually I went last night because I'm traveling tonight)

Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Glass fishy

Ground Cover

Some flower

I shot this a few months ago. I can't remember what it is. I think it was on a tree.

Tunnel Vision

Can you tell what this is?

UPDATE... Answer:

Tuesday, July 19, 2005


Here's another eye. Oddly enough, this was taken in an operating room used to do lens implants. It didn't have anything to do with the surgery. I was just killing time waiting for doctors to show up and get their picture taken. See more eyes, here and here.

What, me worry?

My cousing got me this bobble-head for my birthday. A symbol of my long lost youth.

An iris which is not a flower.

This eye has a rather remarkable iris (colored part of the eye).

Monday, July 18, 2005

Sunday, July 17, 2005


Two Cherries

Have some more cherries... plenty more where those came from.

Friday, July 15, 2005

In with the new...

I've had lots of Marshall fans visiting to see the picture of Coach Pruitt and his rings. Here's the new guy. I like this cover shot I did for Huntington Quarterly. If you are interested in the magazine, click here.

Produce Blogging #12

It's that time of year... the Rainier cherries are here! The Rainier cherries are here!
Because Thursday night is grocery night.
The roundup of previous produce blogging is here.

Thursday, July 14, 2005

Game Rings

I was getting this file out to get a print made and I thought there might be a few Marshall fans reading the blog who would get a kick out of this.

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Adam's Photo Page

One of my nephews has started a photo blog.

This little piggy...

I didn't have anything new to post today, so I went to the files. People are always asking me what type of photography I do. "Weddings? Family portraits?" "No," I answer politely, "I work in advertising mostly... for instance, I do a lot of health-care marketing stuff". Now that really throws 'em. Health care marketing? What the heck is that? This shot of newborn feet is a slightly esoteric example. While I do a lot of shots of doctors and nurses working, etc... this was a cover of a hospital magazine. I think I'll post a series of health care shots later.

Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Bird's nest blogging

Glenn Reynolds, ever the trend setter... has a post about a bird's nest. So here's mine. I shot this a few weeks ago while on location at a juvenile detention facility (jail). I was shooting for the architects who designed the new facility. This was a little serendipitous zoology lesson for the kids... the robin built her nest right behind the bars, up against the window glass.

Flag, with shadows

Hench Chicken

Sunday, July 10, 2005

Eaten Leaves

Art... courtesy of the June bugs.