Thursday, July 29, 2010


These are photos I took of my hand when I lived at Bennington Chase. I woke up one morning and saw the sunlight on my wall next to my bed. I lay there half wake moving my hand through the light. I liked the simultaneous pattern of the shadows on my hand and the shadow on the wall.

View from the Daisy Geyser

This was taken at dusk at Yellowstone National Park. I was standing next to the Daisy Geyser waiting for it to go off when I looked over my shoulder and saw this.  A lot of photographers say that patience is a big part of what they do. Sometimes, if you are too busy waiting for something to happen you might miss something better.  I love it when my restless nature pays off.

The Grand Prismatic

This is a photo of the Grand Prismatic Spring at Yellowstone National Park. I went there on a family trip in 2007. During the day the Grand Prismatic is full of beautiful colors. We had seen it earlier in the day but decided to visit it again at dusk before we left the park. The colors were muted but still elegant. I took this picture on a whim and didn't think it would come out at all. I was pleasantly surprised to see this on my camera.

Art at Steak n' Shake

This was a drawing I made of my friend Kenn at Steak n' Shake. We went there after an art show and he was inspired to draw on the back of his menu. I decided to draw him. I was able to get most of the drawing done before he noticed me. When he was done he saw my illustration and said "Oh damn, all I made was a tree".