I photographed this in Port Townsend, WA. I’m reminded of a Leonard Cohen quote. “There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in.” For a larger view of this click on the image. The details are beautiful. This image is also part of my Artist’s Statement on my main Photography page.
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Since many of us make New Year’s Resolutions, often with the intention of achieving balance in our lives, I dug this photo out the archives. I took this 3 years ago near Morristown, Tennessee while on a trip with some very good old friends. I titled it “Seeking Balance” and it reminds me to remember what is really important . . . and let the other stuff go.
Photographed in January 2009 near Williamston, North Carolina. Late afternoon winter sun turned everything golden, though the temperature was in the single digits.
Photographed a few weeks after Kirby Derby 2008. The Elvis face had been thru a few summer rainstorms. I plan on posting a Gallery of Kirby Derby photos some time soon.
Photographed in McGees Crossroads while on a video shoot for the North Carolina Museum of Art, documenting the outcomes of a program called “The Art of Collaboration” While taping scenics around town, I eyed this sign. I wonder what it used to say? Nothing left but the letter “A” now.
If you drive alongside I-95 on the old road, instead of the interstate, you can find many beautiful remnants of a different time. A time when we weren’t speeding along at 75 miles an hour. A time when the Dixie Motel was thriving.
Photographed down east, near Williamston, NC. An abandoned fishing, or hunting motel I think. You can see more of this scene in the Gallery “Backroads.”