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Cyanotype Sunday

Cyanotype Sunday will be an ongoing series of images created in the historic photographic process known as cyanotype.  I have used black and white negatives that I have created from my photography and printed on 8.5×11 transparency sheets.  I then … Continue reading

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Monochromatic Infrared Tea House

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Monochromatic.” I’ve written about  Hermann Park and the Japanese Garden there in the past, but it is one of my favorite places to photograph in Houston.  Over the past three years I’ve … 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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24 Frames – Hermann Park

The 24 frames experiment began at Hermann Park’s new McGovern Centennial Garden.  This rose is on one of the trellis that have been installed.  New gardens in winter are strangely voyeuristic places, bordering on nude.  Many beds lay empty, or … Continue reading

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The Wandering Yankee – Bless their hearts

As part of “The Wandering Yankee (on twitter @wanderingyankee) I’m going to include a brief write-up of foolishness and reported criminal foolishness in whatever area I’m in.  The foolishness will simply be the sort of irrational behavior that seems to … Continue reading

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Houston Wildlife- Double Crested Cormorant

This week’s search for Houston’s hidden wildlife populations takes us back to Hermann Park.  According to Texas Parks and Wildlife the Double Crested Cormorant seen here is simply a winter visitor. Come the spring it will head northwards towards Alaska … Continue reading

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Houston Wildlife – Great White Egret

Houston is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States, but much like Central Park in New York or the Commons in Boston it has great parks, and naturally those parks have wildlife.  Over the next several months … Continue reading

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