Big Tex is Ready... Are You?
lucky double exposure of Big Tex and Star Boulevard
Because everything is better with bacon.
A familiar friend
pausing for nectar at the Botanic Garden
The Big Picture
taking pictures of people taking pictures in the Arts District
from the first day of operation from Union Station to Bishop Arts
a few quiet moments before the day begins
at a warehouse on Fabrication Street
View from Commerce Street toward Margaret McDermott bridge
Reflections on Phrenology
orb with skull reflecting clouds and flags
Libra and Scorpio
photo shoot for makeup artist
Like many of my generation, I got my start in photography with the "Instamatic"-type cameras, complete with flash cubes. My first serious camera was my Dad's Minolta SR-T 101. That trusty Minolta, which I still have, took me through a stint as high school yearbook photographer (mostly football games, group pictures for various clubs, and candid shots around campus), and well into adulthood.
I later made the jump to Nikon, where I have been ever since. My main camera today is a D750.