White House Ruins, Canyon de Chelly
White House Ruins, named for the white plastered room in the upper structure, is a ruin in Canyon de Chelly dating from the 11th century Anasazi culture. Plastered walls were common, but few have remained intact. This ruin originally reached to the ground, and stretched along the cliff wall, where up to 100 individuals might have lived, and the complex had room for 4-5 times that during...
Roadside Memorial #1
Part of an upcoming series of spontaneous memorials and roadside memorials. We’ll see how many of these I pull together. The plan is to spin these off into their own website. Details to follow.
Cat on the Street, Brantome, France
Homebrew Still Life
It’s been quite a while since I have last posted some photography, but here goes another attempt at making this a regular thing. I’m working on developing a still life, but I need to progress my lighting and composition skills before I get to the actual project. Here is a study using some homebrew supplies: grains, hops, a wort chiller, beer bottles, and the final product (a HB51...