I’m not gonna say what this is, but it was a happy accident, and I absolutely love it. And in naming it so, I fully recognize that it looks a lot like a Morris Louis piece. And I hope wherever he is, he’s still making art with a spoonful of chaos in it.
More powerline craziness. Like the siege of London was perpetrated by powerlines, and not airplanes.
Sounds like I’m pulling names out of a hat, right? Yet another heavily modified photo from the foggy day photoshoot.
truth be told, I have a file on my computer where I keep a list of cool names, typos and phrases that I like. And I had to dip into that file this morning because I couldn’t think of a name for this one. Flying Cutoff. That’ll work just fine.
A terrible case of indecision today, trying to pick which new work to post. Must be the lovely weather.
Still not sure about the name, but it’ll do for now.
Same corner of 820 West and I-30 in Fort Worth, different angle. And, obviously — heavily edited. Reminds me of a Brady photograph from the civil war….
No better title comes to mind, but I’m open for recommendations. Thought I was going to be photographing something else, but I turned around and saw this.
14×9 print on 13×19 Hannemuhle Photo Rag for $40.
14×9 print on 13×19 Hannemuhle Photo Rag Pearl for $50.
Larger sizes available on request.
Been ages since I posted. This is “Supercurve,” taken in this morning’s fantastic fog at the Corner of I-30 and Loop 820.
I’m secretly hoping for protesters holding up signs that say “God Hates Fogs.”
The photograph was shot on a very foggy day—I’d call it a happy accident, except I did intentionally point the camera out of my car window and press the button. So, really it was just a good result.