Category Archives: photography

Adirondack Weekend 4th of July 2011

Five years ago I was working in the Adirondack Mountains of northern New York State with the Department of Environmental Conservation as what was called a “back country steward”.  Essentially this meant that I spent my workweek in the forested … Continue reading

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Lunch and Photos in Downtown Houston

I had to go downtown for jury duty today.  I wasn’t selected, in fact, my number never came up at all.  I got kicked loose about 11:15 AM.  I’d already arranged to have the day off from work (the magic … Continue reading

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20% Discount!

I am offering a 20% discount off the artists profit on my website http://joshua-house.artistwebsites.com/index.html?tab=galleries from now until midnite 11/28 eastern time.  Use  TZBZCC at checkout.  If you’ve any questions or pieces you’ve seen on here that you can’t find on the … Continue reading

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American World War One Monuments

This article was originally published in the spring of 2014. It began innocently enough.  It was my day off and I was out exploring the newest town.  Anything to get out of the apartment, and perhaps find a short cut … Continue reading

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Cyanotype (sunprint) Craft for a sunny day

About a year ago I ordered a package of “Sun Art Paper” from Tedco with the intention to use it with an After School and Summer Enrichment program I work with.  The product worked well and we enjoyed producing various … Continue reading

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Bonus Nebraska Material

A few more images from South Eastern Nebraska.  

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Searching for a place to land

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Beneath Your Feet.” A semi-fictional blimping tale “Man, we’re way out here with this airfield aren’t we?  I thought we were going to Atlantic City, not the Pine Barrens.” “By air … Continue reading

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Rain and Rainbows in the West

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “ROY G. BIV.” I lived in the West for several years, in both Flagstaff Arizona and Moffat County Colorado.  Flagstaff is at ~7000 feet above sea level and is very dependent on … Continue reading

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The Next Adventure

As most readers know, I live in Houston, and have for about three years now, through very mild winters, hot humid summers and spectacular urban flooding.  But this particular adventure will likely be coming to an end in September.  My … Continue reading

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24 Frames – Hermann Park full set!

Here for your viewing pleasure are the images from yesterday.  I ended up with 19 usable images, which shows that even when concentrating on trying to make every shot count it’s quite easy to make mistakes. Other work from the … Continue reading

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