over the seawall

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We had a lovely time in Hawaii. We spent the weekend in Honolulu, where Susan had a race, and then a week in Maui, mostly relaxing. I didn’t shoot as much as I would have liked, but I did get … Continue reading

love and fearlessness

morning on sauvie

Amidst the tumult of my new life, I have encountered a number of heartfelt moments that have brought me inordinate pleasure and great hope for the future. I have professed surprise at the constancy with which these small pieces of … Continue reading

cormorants, sauvie island

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Hudson and I went shooting in the fog on Sauvie Island this morning, along the Multnomah Channel. I’ve been shooting this scene for years: every January, the fog comes in for a few weeks, and it’s just a glorious place … Continue reading

mt. hood sunrise

mt.-hood-sunrise

Mt. Hood clearly has been in my mind of late, especially as the winter approaches. We’ve also been having clear, cold weather, and when I was up at 5 a.m. on Saturday, I decided to head up to Rocky Butte … Continue reading

along the high line

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Another iPhone shot from New York, this time along the High Line, one of the city’s best parks, located on the Lower East West Side. [see it bigger]

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Went to an amazing restaurant in New York this week, called The Cannibal. I’m on a variant of the Paleo diet right now, and this place was right up my alley. Liz and I found it on Yelp, of all … Continue reading

grace and kindness

ray of light

For the past few weeks, I have been unbelievably happy. I went through a particularly bad stretch of sadness and grief in late August, which lingered into early September. But on a pretty autumn day mid-month, a switch literally went … Continue reading

ocean beach vista {south}

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Another shot from my recent jaunt to SF… The Sony RX1 rarely disappoints me. I might wish I had different lenses for it, but it’s an unbelievably wonderful lens/sensor combination. This was handheld, in the wind, and it still came … Continue reading