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Yearly Archives: 2010


Ever dropped a vase filled with flowers? You see it in commercials and even in movies, but have you ever really SEEN it? It only takes a split second, yet it leaves such a wonderfully sharp, dangerous mess. Quite needless to say, we only had ONE chance of getting this picture (as I was not […]

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Every Day

There are some wonderful, miraculous things going on EVERY SINGLE DAY.. and perhaps you notice it, perhaps you don’t. Either way, I’d like to show you what I see on a mostly day-to-day basis. When you’re washing a spoon… Or perhaps watering the plants. Enjoying a game of cards with some friends. Or… just taking […]

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Painting with Light

I’ve “painted with light before”.. turning the lights off, sitting in the darkness with a flashlight, and literally “painting” something onto the film… because if it were completely dark, there would be nothing on the film (or sensor), correct? Just a plain, single-tone color. Now what happens if you modify a flashlight, hang it from […]

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Devereux Slough, Goleta, CA

If you drive up the 101 freeway (from, say, Los Angeles) and exit Storke/Glen Annie… turn left off the exit and continue down.. all the way down.. past El Colegio.. and you’ll see this slough (a swamp) on your left, after the road gets narrow and windy. It’s really quite a nice place.. if you […]

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So, what do you really do with all of those empty glass bottles? Well, we definitely just recycle them…. hah. Just a few shots of what happens when something moving hits something not moving… and much more solid. And yes, if you’re wondering, these ARE “Mexican Coke” bottles… as in, they contain real cane sugar. […]

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