It’s Sunday, and it’s a colder kind of Sunday in early November. I’m downstairs with the computer, editing summer photos – our travels through Utah. I show my wife the following image of an early 30’s Chevrolet truck. It sits alongside the highway within… Continue Reading “Ragamuffin Remembering”
It’s colder today, snow is on the ground and a four-day, November break provides welcome opportunity for rest from pushing hard in these first three months of the school year. A quick drive southward and back home last weekend recalled the following images needing… Continue Reading “Route 66 – Restoration Reminiscence”
Good travel from a photographic perspective is something allowing the photographer to look out to the world and to engage visually with the narrative of situation and locale. What is out there? What is happening or has happened? What pulls your eye towards it?… Continue Reading “The Road Home – Images”
A 1938 Ford one-ton tow truck sits, seemingly at the ready, gazing out to the highway. Yet, at the ready, looks a lot like ready to sell. Static, the Ford’s paint flakes away and metal beneath oxidizes into rust, colourfully. Curves are the thing,… Continue Reading “At the Ready”
A busy week has me posting photographs almost a week beyond date of image capture. Last Friday’s photowalk took us through High Level’s southern side, a slippery, melting world, a world of water splashing and flowing and soaking through. Photographers captured freeze-frame splashing, the… Continue Reading “A Slippery, Melting World”
High Level’s industrial area intrigues. Within the two kilometres that comprise its service road are perhaps fifty businesses, ones that mediate between our hinterland frontier and the world at large. The location is active. Rarely on this section of road would ten minutes go by without some… Continue Reading “Wisconsin Locomotive”
Wife at school, prepping; daughter at dance, dancing – this Saturday seems to be mine, a day before me to use at my discretion, and, certainly not a day to pass in front of a computer screen. A breakfast out takes me to the… Continue Reading “Saturday’s Afternoon Drive”
Dean who owns Deanz Garage is a Mopar man. Despite working on the Mercury Meteor and helping me establish interest in restoring a 1969 Pontiac Parisienne, his restorations photobook is Mopar as are most of the vehicles in his yard – his Plymouth Roadrunner,… Continue Reading “1940 Plymouth – Deanz Garage”
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