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An extremely popular image, this is the image I use when I need a practical demonstration of the difference between ordinary photography and fine art photography. To borrow Ansel Adams’ musical analogy, this print is the performance. The score is what originally came out of the camera. (See the Home page.)
A fine art photograph is a new creation, never a mere record. It is something that was not there before. The myth that a fine art photograph is somehow truthful is just that, a myth.
Another very popular image.
This image kept haunting me until I finally had to print it. I usually try to avoid animals in my images. They force an image to be too literal. But these just seemed to belong there.
A crumbling and oft vandalized cemetery, there is a yearly Day of the Dead celebration here. Terlingua is a remote and often violent location on the Texas-Mexican border. It is a place many go to hide.
From a childhood nightmare. I knew I had to make this image the instant I saw it. Yes, the entire place is that eerie. Death waits behind that door. At least it did in my recurring nightmare. I died, every single time. This abandoned town was purchased a few years ago by three Germans from Frankfurt, who thought they would like to own property in Texas. Lobo means wolf.
A still functioning store in Alpine, TX.