A week ago on Monday, Jan and I flew to Salt Lake City to see Elif and Mina. The first leg of the flight, Providence to Baltimore was about an hour. By a sheer coincidence, the exit gate for us was next to the connecting flight gate to Salt Lake … [Read more...] about Flight To Salt Lake City – 2018
Get well, Binnaz. Blue is your color! The protected land and public parks are an integral part of life in most, if not all the states. Rhode Island, as small as it may be, is not an exception. The large spans of wooded areas, numerous ponds, of … [Read more...] about Stepstone Falls and Arcadia State Park
This post and all the photographs are a long-winded get-well card for my sister Binnaz. Get well soon, Binnaz. Jan and I are sending you our love and best wishes along with these photographs. A little over seven years ago I took a helicopter ride … [Read more...] about Newport – Westport 2018
Added a new car to my stable! That is a stable of model cars that I used to build many years ago. Yes, I have another hobby besides photography! For the last few years, I have been meaning to start building model cars again. Finally, about a couple … [Read more...] about 1937 Packard Formal Sedan
When viewers look at photographs at an exhibit they would like to see authentic work. They generally would like to know some basic information like the name of the photographer, the title of the work, the year it was taken, and a signature that … [Read more...] about How Do You Sign Your Photographs?
A few days ago, when the weather seemed a tiny bit better, I accompanied Jim to visit Roger Williams Park in Providence. It was hot but not terribly so and the humidity seemed tolerable, at least initially. The sky had big puffy clouds and the trees … [Read more...] about Green Trees Glow Under Infrared
Several years back, I photographed Greta Hodginkson, a Providence-born dancer during the season-opening program of the Festival Ballet Providence. It was a highly dynamic performance during which she owned the stage moving from point to point. A … [Read more...] about Disarmed in Lens Magazine