Yesterday morning Jim invited me to go down to Jamestown and we left around 10:30 AM. After the rain we had, the morning was a bit chilly and the water was foggy. As we drove over the Jamestown Bridge I could see the fog covering some parts of the vista and towards the end, as we neared the Newport
Close to 35-40 years ago I used to build model cars. I accumulated a decent collection and one day when I visited the Newport Auto Museum I mentioned that to the owner. He wanted to see them which pleased me quite a lot. The following week or so, I took about 5-6 models and visited the museum again.
The title is a little misnomer because the place I refer to is a supermarket. Specifically, it is Dave's Market where we do our grocery shopping every 7-10 days. Actually, Jan does the shopping and I either sit and enjoy a cup of Dave's coffee or take a nap in the car. That is when I am not taking
As this photograph zooms in on the details of the lead photograph in the previous one, our attention will get closer to the photographic aspects of the discussion. In the previous post, I tried to establish a backdrop for architectural photography. In this post, we will focus more on photography
Architecture is an art form, it is a branch of science, it is a business, it is the architect's personal expression as well as that of the commissioner. So, it is not surprising that I see architectural photography as overlapping various forms, kinds, branches of photography. This post will help me
As I write this post, some of the readers might have already entered the new year, welcoming 2019. Happy New Year to you all as I share a photographic summary of 2018, the faces and places we have seen, the experiences we have had, and the people we have lost. The photographs are in chronological