Camera Obscura you arouse me and yet our relations are fickle and clouded by circumstance. I see my minds eye through your wizards glass, through infinite lenses of possibility if the world were not set in dollars and cents. Alas I will always see endless potential through lenses for which I have no dollars, leaving me to dream of new dimensions and new realms of possibility as I click away, capturing at my best. Infinite novelty consumes me as I compose, expose, express and click away, I realize that as I do my best it is far from all and can never be the rest.
Fractal reflections, the combination and the blending of units in time, light, form structure and intelegence observed. My perspective forced upon you or just an eye given to me to share. Not much else really makes sense to me, but the shutter, light, form, timing, composition, subject and its relation to some greater whole. After some time one sees the novelty around, I think it is natural to want to share and express it. Photography is indeed an art through and through; the visual finished product is one I love, in print and nowhere else. But I suppose better seen and experienced on your screen than not. So Ill say no more but footnotes from here on... ENjoy! :)
An R44 flight deep into the Chugach.
Light and textures, ... how many types of snow here?!
I must be a fan of the female form. As seen on this beast of a mountain
Pretty sweet.. did I see that mountain in some porn film? Gosh I'm gonna have to watch em all again!
One of those guys..
these textures go on for miles, by miles i mean like forever!
Ansel Adams, dont you wish you had a Heli?!!
Mt. Gannet and an r44
So look above to see this same snow/ ice feature for scale, I do think it is ski-base-able!
THe blood and the veins of the Earth.
MT MARCUS BAKER and my dirty sensor
Friends and I hiked the cool-y on the left! Its way bigger than even we thought! You can still kinda see our boot pack some 2 weeks later.
I moonlight as a portrait shooter and ran across this fantastically talented skier woman artist friend globe trotter who knows how to work the other side of a lens, here is a sneak peak:
Next Up: A few weddings. ROck on! :)