August 6, 2012 § Leave a comment
I’m not one to pass up an epic party. And with my studio/office in Georgetown, Seattle, one of the highlights of the neighborhood is the annual Dead Baby Downhill party.
Epic times, indeed.
Georgetown was a wasteland of bicycles.
After the light began to fade, the party got rolling…
The best is saved for last… the tall bike jousting…
June 14, 2012 § Leave a comment
This grey Seattle morning found me up early and out on my motorcycle. I decided to swing by Jack Block Park in West Seattle.
I liked the contrast between the moody waters of Elliott Bay and the rocky beach.
June 11, 2012 § 2 Comments
The Georgetown Carnival has come and gone again. There’s always something to see.
And beer to drink…
May 28, 2012 § Leave a comment
Memorial Day here in West Seattle sees lots of fun in the sun and barbecues, but I thought I’d stop by Forest Lawn Cemetery to see the grave markers decorated with crosses and flags.
May 9, 2012 § 3 Comments
Pike Place Market called… Didn’t leave a message…
My usual modus operandi when shooting street photography is to use my Fuji X100. But I decided this time to just use the Nikon D3 I had with me (I was also out shooting tilt-shift images… but that’s for another post…). It’s a little uncomfortable photographing strangers with a camera that large. The shutter sounds like a gunshot, and the camera itself can be a bit intimidating.
I soon realized, however, that most people in the market, for whatever reason, are completely oblivious to my taking pictures. I suppose it has something to do with the throngs swarming with cameras of their own. It’s easy to blend in and just shoot point-blank.