The Redwoods Workshop was one of the best ever……….And I owe it to Richard Knepp. Now passed away, but never to be forgotten by me. Most are from my Mamiya 645 with wide angle lens and a green filter.
By Far one of my Favorites, although I still have many more that I could print:
And another favorite, this one 35 mm:
I’ve just hung my favorites from the 2006 Workshop on my dining room wall:
And here a collage of the others that I have printed:
Check out all of my Ancient Forests inspired by Rick………..
Follow this link to Rick’s work with the Mono Lake Committee.
What a moment to be on a ‘Best Of’ list……….Film Photography Blogs that You Should Follow.….. That’s a Real Win, and non-distracting. I’m on the list, so I don’t have to keep trying to BE on the list. And I made the list for Blogging Here, not on someone else’s site.
I’ll take that as a sign that Untangling myself from needless social media distraction is right direction.
Here are my submissions for the Moab Photo symposium Wrap-up Book:
Counter Clockwise, beginning in the Upper Left:
- 2007, Arches National Park
- 2011, Cisco Ghost Town (Near Moab)
- 2017, Buck Canyon, Canyonlands National Park
And my ‘action’ portrait, From Courthouse Wash, Arches National Park.
I’ll post and update when the book comes out…………..
Two perspectives on the same scene: one with T-Max 400, the other Digital Infrared:
From our recent trip to Moab. A stop along the road.
It’s a matter of Perspective
Moab: Green River Overlook, Canyonlands