My panorama image, “Mountains Majesty,” was awarded a first-place ribbon during last night’s Yucaipa Valley Art Association monthly meeting. The image, created from four frames stitched together using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, shows snow-capped San Bernardino Mountains towering over the San Gorgonio Pass in December 2020.
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My image, “Color in Motion,” made last September during the “Thunder and Lightning Pow-Wow” at Morongo Casino Resort and Spa, has been accepted into the 2023 National Orange Show all-California Juried Exhibition. It will remain on display during the 106th National Orange show Fair, which runs April 19-23, at the NOS Events Center in San […]
I completed a curious assignment yesterday, a visa photo to very exacting dimensions for a gentleman seeking Canadian permanent residency. While our own United States Department of State has lowered the standards for passport images, making it possible for someone with a point & shoot camera to make such photographs, Canada’s instructions specified the applicant […]
Tonight I received a first place ribbon for my photograph, “Sunrise Sentinels,” during the monthly Yucaipa Valley Art Association (YVAA) meeting. The photo, made some years ago, shows wind turbines at sunrise in nearby Whitewater. I left my home very early in order to compose an image and got lucky with the colorful sunrise. It’s […]
After a week or more of nasty weather, highly unusual here in Southern California but not unwelcome after years of drought, Thursday dawned clear, cold and beautiful. I drove a short distance up Hwy. 243 to capture a panorama, below, showing the city of Banning with a backdrop of the snow-covered San Bernardino Mountains, below, […]
From time to time I continue to work on my “Boulevard of Blight” project along Ramsey Street here in Banning. On a Saturday morning last month I spent about an hour making pictures on a single roll of film (remember that stuff?) at the Auto Source Car Sales dealership. Sales rep Tom Kuhn was kind […]
Earlier this week I delivered these two framed and matted images to the Yucaipa Performing Arts Center (YPAC) for inclusion in their Winter 2023 show. “Color in Motion,” above, from the Morongo Band of Mission Indians’ “Thunder & Lightning Pow Wow” in September, and “Mountains Majesty,” below, showing the San Bernardino Mountains blanketed in snow […]