Thursday, January 27, 2011


Light Pole, New Orleans LA 2011
Telephone Pole, Baton Rouge LA 2011
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I repeat myself, but try not to be repetitious.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

I see, you see, we all......

Power Lines, Baton Rouge LA 2011 from Wired Sky
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Stopped at traffic lights, I often look up, and see pencil drawings in the sky.

Friday, January 21, 2011

PICTURING PEOPLE -Sami Huurinainen

Sami Huurinainen at Talin Tenniskeskus, Helsinki 2010
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Sami Huurinainen, professional tennis player, coach and friend.

Thursday, January 20, 2011


SORRY, London UK 2003 from UKOK
LIFE, London UK 2003 from UKOK
CLOSED, London UK 2003 from UKOK

It appears I did a lot of window shopping in London, 2003.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011


Tree Branches, Key Biscayne FL 2011
Tree Trunk, Baton Rouge LA 2010
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I am not a big fan of diptych presentations of images,

but when I discovered these two on consecutive rolls…

Monday, January 17, 2011

He had a dream.....

RC Body Shop, New Orleans LA 1993 from GBNF series
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MARTIN LUTHER KING, the American clergyman, activist and leader of the African American civil rights movement who was assassinated in 1968, is being remembered across the United States today (17th January 2011) as the nation celebrates 'Martin Luther King Day'.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011


Miami, FL 2011 from the series Serial Killer
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Like listening to an L.P. with all it’s flaws, I embrace a photograph which is under exposed and full of grain. It’s not perfect but it’s beautiful!

Monday, January 10, 2011

There is no language barrier in Tennis!

Ben and William on Center Court, Key Biscayne FL
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Avant la bataille sur le court central!

Przed bitwą na korcie centralnym!

Före slaget på centercourten!

Antes de la batalla en la pista central!

Cyn y frwydr ar Ganolfan y Llys!

Before the Battle on Center Court !

Wednesday, January 05, 2011


Sea Grove FL 11-27-05
New Orleans 10-13-05
Miami 12-22-05

Its not a matter of “thinking outside the box”,

it is a matter of “thinking inside another box”.

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Tuesday, January 04, 2011


Man in Vintage Sunglasses on Deck, 2009 from the series CRUISE
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I just bought new eyeglasses and thus found six used pairs in my desk!
So I decided to do something and I hope you will to:

Donate your old eyeglasses and sunglasses to help people with eyesight difficulties worldwide. (Sunglasses can be non-prescription. They are needed in countries near the equator to help protect people's eyes from sun damage.) Collection facilities include Goodwill Industries stores, LensCrafters stores, and Lions Club drop boxes. Items also can be sent in padded envelopes or boxes to:

New Eyes for the Needy
549 Millburn Avenue
P.O. Box 332
Short Hills, NJ 07078

E-mail ten friends who wear glasses to see if they have old pairs that could be recycled for people with eyesight problems. Collect them for donation.

Sunday, January 02, 2011


Boy at Parade, New Orleans LA 2000 from PERILOUS PILGRIMAGE
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Population: 354,850
Population Change 2000-2009: -128,813
Population Percent Change 2000-2009: -26.63%
Home Vacancy: 21.5%

New Orleans is unique in that its presence on this list is not due to industrial decline, but from natural disaster. Hurricane Katrina flooded 80% of the city, caused by some estimates more than $80 billion in damage, and displaced tens of thousands of residents. The period of widespread homelessness, severe crime, and slow recovery has left the city as a shadow of its former self.

While people are trickling back into the city, many will likely never return, and the city has lost more than a quarter of its population in just 10 years.

*American Cities That Are Running Out Of People by Michael B. Sauter