Monday, November 19, 2007

This weeks photo project - NOT to take photos?

Since June, I've done some sort of a photo project for myself or someone else at least once per week. Fly fishing, biking, rafting, trees, windows etc. This week, I've decided not to take any photos but rather focus on looking at other people's photos. I've been in New York and DC for business stuff but have made some time to look at some amazing work.

First, the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington DC has two amazing exhibits by Ansel Adams and Annie Leibovitz. Next the Geographic Society in DC and then back to New York to see ZIYAH GAFIC's outstanding conflict exhibit at Fovea Editions in Beacon. Finally, the Public Library in New York has a exhibit on Keroak's On The Road.

OK - Not quite as fun as making my own pictures but a great experience none the less.

Back to work...


Sunday, November 11, 2007

French Broad

Yes, this is the name of a river in North Carolina near Asheville. I spent the weekend fly fishing and hanging out at a cabin with my family here. Next up, New York for some more meetings for my photography, a city cultural tour, and spending time with my friends who have migrated from West to East and now call the Big Apple home.


Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Photos from Fruita

Fruita was excellent! I hooked up with my old pal Don Thomas and the good news is that it was sunny and 65...about 50 degrees warmer than the last time we bike together.

Here are some pics.

Friday, November 2, 2007

Fruita Bound

Fruita is a small town in Colorado that is know for its incredible mountain bike trails. This weekend, I'm re-joining forces with Don Thomas to hit the road on two wheels again. The last time we cycled together was when we were trying to avoid getting pancaked by outta control semi-trucks in the middle of an icy blizzard just a few hundred miles north of Antarctica. Hopefully the conditions in Fruita will be a bit more tame!