Monthly Archives: June 2016


Looks Kinda Fishy?

This is a shot of a recently remodeled Wendy’s. At times Wendy’s does have a fish sandwich on their menu, but this post is not about a picsean nosh–assuming “picsean” is an adjective meaning “related to […]

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What’s Your Story?

  Two images with the same subject: Pete’s Kitchen located on East Colfax in Denver, Colorado. The upper image was taken perhaps an hour after the one at the bottom of this post using the […]

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The Faces of East High

  Denver’s East High School, home of the Angels, is one of four original high schools in the city. Each of the schools, named as you expect, East, North, West, and South, were ornate with […]

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Shooting the Frontier

  I recently joined a photography group, The Photo Frontier, a sort of teaching and support group with a very positive attitude. In addition to offering web-based resources, founders Justin and Armando have taken expeditions to exotic places […]

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Home Page Photo

  For various reasons I can’t get out and photograph as much as I’d like. I have other demands on my time, but I decided this shouldn’t stop me from taking pictures. I decided to start doing […]

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My dietary choices may lead to a bad end

  On the way home after a Photographers’ Happy Hour I stopped by a cemetery. That may strike you as an unusual occupation, but I assure you I had a valid reason and genuine goal. […]

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  Is photography an art? This question was asked about photography since its invention. John Ruskin, the influential English critic who shaped much of Victorian-era aesthetics, originally sang photography’s praises. Within ten years after asserting that Daguerreotypes were the […]

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According to some sources, in the 1970s the University of Colorado cafeteria sported a motto painted on the wall: Illegitimi non carborundum. The supposed translation of this phrase is “don’t let the bastards grind you down.”* This […]

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Who steals my purse steals trash; ’tis something, nothing; ‘Twas mine, ’tis his, and has been slave to thousands; But he that filches from me my good name Robs me of that which not enriches […]

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Facebook made great strides by adding degrees to the “Like” button. A happy face, a heart, a sad face were all welcome additions to the simple thumbs up icon. The problem is this: there isn’t […]

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