Prow

Prow

Painterly rendition of a cool Brutalist façade in the West Village. I believe this building was mentioned in my 400 level Modern Architecture course at University. Do you think I can remember the architect(s)? The date? The name of the damn building? Searching…...
Grasping For Light

Grasping For Light

The title is not about me. It’s about what this tree looks like it’s doing. * * * This is about me: I’m doing a lot of reading. I don’t think I’ve had this much introspection since my college years. That is a good thing. It’s hard...
Tangly

Tangly

I wonder if these branches are formed as much by wind as they are by genetics. Share...
The Red Flag of Winter

The Red Flag of Winter

I still have a hard time with macro focus and the Lensbaby. Definitely operator error, here. Still, the sun behind the flag is kind of nice, yeah? Share...
The Gray Lady in Green

The Gray Lady in Green

This was taken in December, 2008, during our one-day power trip to San Francisco. In 1998, I did a kind of interview/portfolio share at what was then CKS. I was looking to move from publishing into design and advertising. I had a dream. So I walk into the art director...
Jesus Cares

Jesus Cares

About what, I can’t be certain. Who can? (Note: if you are christian, I appreciate it and all, but yeah. This isn’t a call to action. I’m sure you’ll be tempted. Don’t listen. That’s just satan talking.) Share...
Woodsy

Woodsy

I know, it probably should be called “Woody”, but that conjurs up too many different pop culture references. Woodsy only brings up that anti-pollution owl from the 70s. What do you think conservative radio would do with Woodsy today? No matter. This door...
Not Yet Puddle Jumping

Not Yet Puddle Jumping

Waiting for boarding yesterday this plane was parked outside. Pretty and the mid-morning light was just right. Then I ruined it by tweaking. That’s WHAT I DO, internet. Share...

Downtown

This and the four others I just uploaded to flickr were taken on our Los Angeles trip four months ago. When it was over 100°F in the shade. It was so hot that we bought two large Otter Pop like treats from a street vendor and they melted faster than we could eat them....