Monthly Archives: August 2010

Ginormous abstract

What building is this? Who is the architect? Does anyone know? I’ll give you a clue. He’s probably the most famous living architect. This is a straight up shot. No tricks. No Photoshop. No special effects. Use the comments to submit your guess. The first person with the correct answer will win either a portrait […]

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Make hay while the sun shines

I’ve always had a thing for hay bales in fields. (As opposed to the hay bales that keep popping up everywhere else.)  Unfortunately, it is hard as hell to get good pictures of hay bales in a field. At least it is for me. This is my best attempt so far, but I think I […]

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The Pride of St. Louis

You’d never know it from looking at the shot, but Mama’s Pride was sitting on the beach at one of the most famous addresses in rock ‘n roll. We were at 461 Ocean Blvd. in Miami, the very same address made famous by Eric Clapton on his album of the same name. The house was […]

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Hustlers

Their names are Charlie Brusco and Alan Walden. Their company was Hustlers Inc. They are the managers who guided the Outlaws to their record contract with Arista, and their influence and legacy remain with the band to this day. I don’t remember exactly when or where I shot this, but it was 1974 or 1975, […]

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Little Henry

It occurred to me that I’ve posted pictures of just about everyone associated with the Outlaws except Henry Paul IV, aka Little Henry. He comes from a long and distinguished line of Henry Pauls, and is my most frequent crash test dummy (stand-in) when I’m taking test shots for Outlaws pics. Of all the people […]

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Kaleidoscopic tiles

This is another kaleidoscopic creation comprised of a single image that is flipped and flopped 16 times and then merged together – with a little extra Photoshop magic thrown in. The original image was a section of ceiling tiles in the registry room of the main building at Ellis Island. It reminds me of a […]

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Was Louis here?

This is an example of a picture that was not at all what I expected to take. I like this shot because of its geometry, where it was taken, and a personal connection. I made this image in one of the exhibit areas just off the registry room in the large main building on Ellis […]

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Beacon Hill bricks

I still have a couple pics I’d like to show from my trip last week. Here’s one of them. I loved the lines and patterns of the brick sidewalks in the Beacon Hill neighborhood in Boston. This shot was taken near the only open parking space for miles around.

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