Posts published in July, 2010

Barberville Falls

Posted on July 27, 2010 at 11:17 pm

Barberville Falls

K took me on a little trip to the Barberville Falls Nature Preserve last Sunday, less than half an hour east of Albany. The outstanding feature of the area is the Barberville Falls, a beautiful waterfall about 90 feet high and 50-60 feet wide. The pool at the bottom is broad, and quite deep. As in “Creatures from the Deep” — kind of deep. The sky was in no mood that day but that didn't stop us from swimming for ... Continue Reading

“Heavy” at St. Joseph’s Church

Posted on July 24, 2010 at 10:13 pm

“Heavy” at St. Joseph’s Church

Who knew St. Joseph's Church would turn out to be one of the largest art gallery in Albany? I paid a visit to “Heavy”, the latest show organized by The Marketplace Gallery and the Historic Albany Foundation at 38 Ten Broeck St., and brought back a slew of photos. “Heavy” is a multicultural arts and music event to benefit the restoration of St. Joseph’s Church. The three five-day show features about 40 artists, musicians, poets, and dancers showing and performing ... Continue Reading

“The Unnoticed” — A Collection in Print

Posted on July 6, 2010 at 1:15 am

“The Unnoticed” — A Collection in Print

I am proud to present my very first photo book, “The Unnoticed”, available now at Blurb.com. I've assembled 110 photos from 10 abandoned locations in this 136-page volume, available in hard cover, soft cover, and ebook format for iPad/iPhone. Just like the show I set up earlier this year at the Albany Uncommon Grounds, putting this book together was an interesting experience that I recommend to any photographer, and I'll share more about this process in this post. ... Continue Reading

Happy 4th of July 2010

Posted on July 4, 2010 at 10:45 am

Happy 4th of July 2010

I'm leaving town for a few days, on a surprise road trip. I've no clue where we are going, but I'm pretty sure there won't be any fireworks in the sticks. There might not even be any Interwebs, oh noooo. I'll bring my camera with me of course, just in case Sasquatch gets frisky. This is the first time in a while I'm not in Albany to take photos of the pretty lights in the sky. This blog wasn't around ... Continue Reading