Friday, November 21, 2008

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

My '74 Opel Manta

Friday, October 24, 2008

Sunday, September 21, 2008

2nd Chapter of Acts Concert

Fort Smith Arkansas, 1980. The equipment for the show went to another city by mistake and so they did the whole concert with just a piano.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Bike ride

To get this shot I strapped the camera tightly to my chest with a bungee cord and used the timer. Use a slow shutter for good blur.

Pass with care

Always pass on the left.


From ADP stock certificate.


Always wanted one of these.

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Redeemer Concert

David Lilly belts one out circa 1986 at a Christian music venue called Footloose. Pentax SuperProgram with f1.8 lens. I shot a lot of Tri-X film back then.


Paul, Hans, fishin' about '84.


When I was in high school, a Sunday School teacher gave me this original oil. It's about 2X3 inches. I popped it out of its tiny frame to scan it. Not exactly He-Man decor, but I have fond memories of her - a very sweet, caring person.

Kodak Instamatic

I had a camera like this in the mid 70s. It was a Tele-Instamatic You could flip a lever and "zoom in" by pushing a magnifying lens in front of the standard lens

Assembly Line

Tearsheet from mid-80s magazine

Chief Joseph

"It does not require many words to speak the truth."

Monday, August 11, 2008


Cool site:

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Monday, May 19, 2008


My brother sat in the back seat of my Opel Manta and took photos with my camera as I drove around an empty summer camp compound. About 1983.

Saturday, May 17, 2008

The PR Man

Back stage at an elementary school. About 1987

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

The Can Phone

My latest sculpture consists of slimline telephone disassembled to fit inside two soup cans. Fully functional phone. The handset is attached with four white wires twisted to resemble string. Old and new technologies contrasted. A sales rep at my place of work took it with him this week to use in a Voice Over IP presentation.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Hail Storm

Marble-sized hail stones accumulated to a depth of 3 inches on my patio tonight.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Nasher Sculpture Center

I took my family to the Nasher Sculpture Center Sunday. Quite a wide variety of work. Great museum with indoor exhibit hall and several acres of outdoor displays.

Here, a line of sculptures by Roberto Giacometti.
The Nasher website is pretty impressive too. Check it out:

You can pick a sculptor, view the works in the museum collection, and zoom in to view individual works.
It's a fun museum to visit. There's something different everywhere you turn. The museum has a wide variety of artists' works from August Rodin to Roy Lichtenstein. Visiting a modern art museum is an interesting experience because you never know what to expect. There was an outdoor picnic area and staff were cleaning up after a luncheon and I kept wondering if a side table covered with salt shakers was an exhibit or not. You never know.

I like sculpture you can interact with. At this museum you have a lot of "do not touch" signs, but there are so many master works you can hardly blame them. The outdoor area is also hands off, but you are encourage to walk on the grass to get close to the art. Jonathan Borofsky's Walking to the Sky is enormously impressive. I first saw if from this angle. I couldn't figure out what the people were pointing at, looking at...

And here's a look upwards from the other side:

Yard Safari

My 8th grader sculpted this deer from chicken wire and plastic sheeting, camouflaged with spray paint.

Monday, April 7, 2008

Car Show


20 mm wide angle lens always produces interesting views.

Friday, April 4, 2008

Texas Stonehenge

This site outside Hunt, Texas, is rumored to cause children to levitate 4 to 6 inches off the ground. November, 2006.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008


Sports Illustrated posts its back issues, Go to SI Vault. I like to look through old magazines and read the car ads. This one is from the September 30, 1968, Mexico City Olympics issue.

Camaro's clean lines and muscle power made it a classic. This ad announces the 1969 model. Dig the groovy headlight covers.

From the ad...

"Camaro, 'The Hugger.' Look at how it all hangs together. No tacky gingerbread anywhere. The interiors are also more of a delight. The ride is quieter and the car feels more solid than ever before."

Here's the link:

Then click on "view this issue." Go to page 83.

Tuesday, April 1, 2008