I don’t remember the name of this book store. There were so many to choose from back then.
Photography was one of the first art forms that I fell in love with. I used to take my camera with me on my frequent walks when I lived in New York City. I used to seek out places photographed by famous photographers like Paul Strand, to see if I could reproduce their shots. It’s […]
The subject of this portrait is the same man that I had to use shading to correct. I made certain that I accurately portrayed the proximity of the man’s nose to the table. I think this person may have been reading, but I didn’t see any book on the table. I don’t know what he […]
Some parking lots have double lines that delimit parking spaces. This gives a properly-parked driver comfort that his (or her) door will not be bashed by another parker who pays attention to lines. The white line with the hairpin turn in the photo below, lies on two different substrates: asphalt and concrete. The composition is […]
I took inspiration for today’s watercolor from yesterday’s photo (Black on Black). The skeleton caught in my self constructed La Brea tar pit is something like a horse. I’m not sure what the white squiggly lines are. Probably they are ancient symbols, or poetry for a long gone sacred animal.
I love the textures in this photo and that it is rendered in black and white and in color.