Friday, July 3, 2015

St. Sebastian

This is from a long time ago, and the 90s goatee is indeed regrettable. An old Italian girlfriend pointed out that it looked like St. Sebastian. I'm not happy with the artifacts of scanning in this image, but a friend of this blog likes them and encouraged me to post. This is from when I was playing with my father's old 4x5 camera and developing in an improvised home darkroom.

Monday, June 30, 2014

Head of the Meadow

There is a post earlier in this blog from Truro, MA. (here). So, it's a thing for two reasons. It's about my favorite place, and I am to some degree chasing the guy who had that body. It was 1993. I was 33 years old. I went back to Truro last week.
Those are seals in the surf.
So, this is me now.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Camping

So, it's been a while since I added anything here, so I'll break format and post multiple pictures from one event.  The event was camping.  I am blessed to still have the same photographer as from the Farmville series.  




We camped.  I am nearly thirty years older than I was in the earliest pictures on this blog.  I thought I had lost a body worth photographing.  Well, I did.  Working to get it back.  Getting there.




The girl has called herself "Honeysuckle" here.  (Well, the name started with me).  I hope she likes this spread.  For anyone else who sees it, I hope you do too.  I get page views but no feedback.  It's still a very vague experiment.  I'm not sure what I'm testing.


Thursday, September 15, 2011

Mobile Uploads


Cell phone pics. Updating the shaving theme from several years ago, below.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Farmville


With this post the age range of the photographs in this blog officially spans a quarter century.

The location is a publicly accessible farm with a field where I sometimes go to meditate or sun myself. When it has been possible I've chosen places to live with the idea of being naked outdoors in mind, but as things stand I have to travel a little bit these days.

Not much sun on the day of these pictures, alas. My photographer had to put her clothes on almost immediately as the rains came.

Friday, August 8, 2008

Effects


Sometimes you can take a picture of a normal object and manipulate it to create something impressionistic or abstract.