Most photos just need to be left to speak on their own.
Our second child.
A fantastic photo of my sculpture which changed from documentation to an artwork in its own right.
While this is digitally altered, I feel that it's still "traditional" enough, as solarization is a darkroom technique which has simply been re-created as a digital filter. No other changes or modifications have been made to the photo.
Photography is all about finding an interesting angle
Our son at 6 months old.
A boy and his dump-truck.
My wife, pregnant with our first child
My wife, pregnant with our first child, shortly after I finished a banana.
A teapot in a tearoom.
Inside Morris's Labyrinth at the Bilbao Guggenheim Museum.
Inside a Richard Serra rolled steel sculpture in the Bilbao Guggenheim Museum. I like to think of this as a diptych with Morris's Labyrinth.
I found this wall in the University of Salamanca, Spain.
Walking through the Alhambra in Spain, I entered a square building / through passage (I don't know how to describe it really) and just held the camera out from my waist, facing directly up and clicked the shutter. Later I discovered that I had captured one of the pigeons in flight with that click.
I imagine that pretty much anyone who has visited the Alhambra has this photo.
A street in Avignon, France at night.
A street in one of the Cinque-terre, Italy.
A street in Sierra, Italy.
Looking up from the bottom of a well you can walk into in Orvieto, Italy.
a street in Venice, Italy.
A Max Ernst sculpture taken at sunset in the Centre Pompidou, Paris.
Paris sunset from the Centre Pompidou
An individual photo of a classmate from a series I took in College.
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