Category Archives: Something to Hold Onto

Images that are part of the exhibition series of this name.

Flagging Garden

 Flagging Garden, Seattle, Washington I do like to have fun with titles, and the dual use of the word flagging to describe both the state of the garden and the framing of the image was an ‘ah, ha!’ moment for … Continue reading

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LA Shroud

LA Shroud When I visit Los Angeles, one of my favorite things to do is to go to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LACMA. Each time I enter the huge courtyard between the buildings, I hold my breath … Continue reading

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Intervention

 Intervention, Camano Island, WA This is one of the images that I immediately internalized on viewing. It had been a very dry year there and the farmers had to pull out all the irrigation equipment to water the crops. Since April … Continue reading

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Loving Memory

Loving Memory, Stanwood, WA 2009 Just south of the main rural route through old Stanwood is this barn that I passed many times before photographing. It was a still in use farm structure that had been covered with memorial graffiti. … Continue reading

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Careful

Careful, Camano Island, WA Careful not to upset I stumble through flashes of memory jumbles of fiction till exhaustion …….. I find no answers         DY In Memory of Vic Chesnutt (1967 – 2009) I was working on this image summer … Continue reading

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Reaching Out

Reaching Out, Washington D.C. When I look back through my work in photography to the early 70’s, I can see some remarkable changes in how I photographed the world around me. I don’t think I would have even noticed back … Continue reading

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Forms

Forms Pier or boom remnants in Admiralty Bay, Whidbey Island, WA near the Keystone Ferry crossing. 11 x 14 Limited edition of 50, Archival pigmented ink on museum paper, prices available on request

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