Tag Archives: landscape photography

The Salt Mines

Western Salt Works, Chula Vista California In November of 1996 while driving around California on a magazine assignment I came across the Western Salt Works at the southern end of San Diego Bay. From the beginning I’d been interested in … Continue reading

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How To Make Something Beautiful (part one)

Wood-block print: Rolleiflex f/3.5 with rare reversed D. Start with something you love. It has to be the kind of thing you can’t leave alone, something with a pleasing heft, well made and beautiful. Like an old Rollei. Find a … Continue reading

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Flat Rock, Torrey Pines Beach

As the very last winter storm passed through Southern California, I hustled down the Flat Rock trail from the state park above with this photograph in mind. Intermittent rain, big clouds and wind were on the menu. I was carrying … Continue reading

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Jesus Maria, Baja California 1988

Kodak TMX B&W film on the road in Baja California – December 1988 This photograph was made with my reliable Mamiya on TMX 120 – a film I reluctantly became familiar with in the early 1990s after Ilford forever altered … Continue reading

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