Flying To The Moon Again, Dreaming About Marzipan – My Trip To Denmark, Part 2

  Welcome back to Copenhagen. Let's start the second of my Danish blogs by taking in a mix of the old and new about town... Charming, brightly colored buildings abound. Stunning displays of modern Scandinavian design create an interesting contrast with the abundant historic structures. Reflections in Christianshavn, a harbor district that was founded in … Continue reading Flying To The Moon Again, Dreaming About Marzipan – My Trip To Denmark, Part 2

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Four Seasons In One Day

JAMAICA!!  ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ What a stunning country with such warm, loveable people 🙂 Lana and I had such a magical time. Some of these photos were on Facebook or Instagram, but most have never been posted.  Here are just a few of our favorite places/moments from our wonderful vacation. Was a little worried before take-off, as it … Continue reading Four Seasons In One Day

We Boil At Different Degrees

Those who love 1910's/1920's cinema as much as I do will recognize what I was attempting with the above self-portrait (cropped from a Polaroid shot with my 320 model land camera).  It's my modern-day homage to the iconic photograph of actress Gloria Swanson, taken by Edward Steichen in New York, 1924.  In the historic shot, Steichen held a piece of … Continue reading We Boil At Different Degrees

sometimes you just have to STRAP IT ON.

Pictured above are 18 film cameras from my personal collection.  Their birthdates range from the 1920's to the 1990's.  Close friends will notice a new guy in the group, in the top left corner of this photograph:  The KODAK TOURIST II, introduced to the public in 1951 . This blog is a tutorial for any of you lucky enough … Continue reading sometimes you just have to STRAP IT ON.