Check out my web page for new Holga photos from Spain, Portugal and Morocco! They’re posted under new work!
Posted on December 12th, 2016
Coming soon, a new portfolio of Holga photos. Scenes from Spain, Portugal and Morocco!
Posted on December 6th, 2016
This one is from my new Holga Spain, Portugal and Morocco portfolio. The work is progressing- slowly.
Posted on February 26th, 2016
I’m currently working on a series of hand colored, silver prints from travels in Spain, Portugal and Morocco. All the photographs were made with plastic Holga cameras. The film was hand developed, prints were made in a darkroom, toned and hand colored. This one is from Plaza de Santa Ana, Madrid, Spain. One of my favorite plazas in Madrid!
Posted on September 25th, 2015
The best camera is the one you have with you! Made with an iPhone and jazzed up with Snapseed. Sunday afternoon on Gran Via, Madrid
Posted on July 30th, 2015
After visiting Southern Spain and Morocco we had a few days back in Madrid. The Prado, how many hours do you have?
Evening street scene, Gran Via.
Clothespins at Cooper’s apartment.
The best travel crew ever!
Says it all!
Posted on July 15th, 2015
A bartender enjoys a quiet moment.
Granada is known for it’s arts community. Street art included!
The Alhambra! 6000 people a day visit here in the summer months!
The Alhambra from the other side of town.
Walking the backstreets.
Posted on June 23rd, 2015
The two of us were watching a group of skateboarders gyrate. When I asked, “Te puedo sacar una foto?” He said, “Si!”, picked up his dog and gave me this moment.
Posted on June 20th, 2015
Sevilla’s Alcázar. Amazing inside and outside!
Sunday on the Rio Guadalquivir.
I just liked the colors and the tones in this one. Looks like a Vespa advertisement.
The view from the other side of the Rio Guadalquivir- looking across toward the city center.
Posted on June 16th, 2015
Painting the Sevilla Cathedral.
The not so ancient ritual of iPhone worship.
Fashion forward at the fort. Sevilla’s Alcázar, an architectural wonder built in the 1300’s, serves as a backdrop for red shoes.
A reminder that we all see things differently.
Posted on June 14th, 2015
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