Monthly Archives: May 2010

A remembrance

On this Memorial Day, I think it is appropriate to post what was, before tragic events intervened, to be the dedication of an album by the Outlaws that has yet to be released. Sorry the photo is so small. It’s the only one I could find. I do not have the picture referred to in […]

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Rory

I’ll always have a soft spot in my heart for the late, great Irish guitarist, Rory Gallagher. If you’ve never heard him play, visit the Official Rory Gallagher Web Site.  This was shot in Orlando, Florida in ’74 or ’75. Rory was opening for Peter Frampton, before Frampton came alive. In those days, most concerts […]

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Carl Moser

Carl Moser is one of North Carolina’s most accomplished photographers. He wields his Nikon with an artist’s eye and a steady hand. Yesterday I had the honor of helping Carl and his printer, Milt Hawes, lay out his forthcoming exhibition of 34 fine art photographic prints at the Caldwell Arts Council Gallery in Lenoir, NC. […]

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Walls and columns

It’s fun to shoot something that’s utterly familiar and produce an image I haven’t seen before. This is the last shot I’ll post from my visit to the Lincoln Memorial a few days ago. I was standing at the top of the steps in front of the memorial. If you stand looking in, there’s Abe, […]

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Rock shots

I have been getting some emails from folks who are asking why I have not posted more rock shots. Not to worry, I will. I’m working on the galleries. I hate to say “coming soon” because coming soon is like “democratic republic”. Any country that has democratic republic in its name isn’t democratic or a […]

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Granite garage

Not long ago I was driving through Granite Falls, near Hickory, NC where I live, and passed this garage decked out in Florida Gators colors. I doubled back and stopped to snap a few photos. The owner, whose name I don’t remember, was leaving for the day and we talked for a moment. I mentioned […]

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I’m so old

The other night I ran into the very cool emerging photographer, Lauren Jaslow, taking pictures at the Lincoln Memorial. In my mind, emerging is a euphemism meaning much younger than me. We did the I’ll show you mine if you show me yours thing, (chimping) and had a nice conversation. It turns out Lauren is […]

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Abe after dark

I always stop by to pay my respects to Abe whenever I’m in DC. There are few places I enjoy better than the Lincoln Memorial, especially late at night. The last time I was there after midnight, the place was deserted. But that was February and it was bone chilling cold. The weather was very […]

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