Current Favorites

•October 6, 2017 • 1 Comment

Welcome to my world. This top post is a gallery of my current favorites. As time goes on, I suspect that many of these 24 images will be replaced. But for now, these are the ones. If you would like to purchase a print of any of these images, please contact me. This post is a “sticky” post. Please scroll down for recent posts.

Tunkhannock Creek Viaduct

•May 19, 2018 • Leave a Comment

Recently I traveled through NE Pennsylvania on my way home from Boston. In Nicholson, PA near Scranton, I visited the Tunkhannock Creek Viaduct.

When completed more than 100 years ago (1915) it was the largest concrete structure in the world.

Fire Exit

•May 18, 2018 • Leave a Comment

Exercise in Minimalism

•May 15, 2018 • Leave a Comment

I’m continuing my “mining” of my hard drive for images that might fit into the New Topographics framework.

Walmart – Empty

•May 13, 2018 • Leave a Comment

Revisiting this image after conversion to black and white seeing it in the context of the New Topographics movement

Walmart – Christmas Day

Skyscrapers and Cloud

•May 11, 2018 • Leave a Comment

Here’s another variation on the “New Topographics” theme, from rural to urban.

Pittsburgh, 2009

Defining “New Topographics”

•May 10, 2018 • 2 Comments

A few weeks ago, I wrote that I was exploring something called “The New Topgraphics” (NT) movement. I joined and am following the Facebook group based on that movement. Having viewed many images in this group, I am still working to understand what are the defining characteristics of this type of photography? Does any shot of a building or other man-made object fit into the framework? Or are we looking for more? What are the criteria that we should consider when evaluating our work?

North Dakota, 2010

Closed Sears Store

•April 18, 2018 • Comments Off on Closed Sears Store

Closed Sears Store at Martinsburg (WV) Mall, November 2013

The Sears Store in Martinsburg closed in 2013. Since then Martinsburg Mall has been mostly demolished and replaced with various “pad” stores.

 
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