The often predictable, usually irrelevant photoblog of a beloved museum photographer.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Happy Anniversary to me.

It has been exactly one year since my first post on this blog. Kudos to me for (somewhat) regularly posting! So in recognition of that very first post some 365 days it is again, in one of my new mandala-y things. As always, you can buy a copy for yourself if you click on the image.

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

X-tremely untitled.

This is made from a really old...possibly older than any other photo I have posted here, or at least AS old. From my college days, this is a shadowgraph of a .22 caliber "projectile" (bullet) going through a line of wooden matchsticks. Again, should you want to adorn yourself, your phone, your home, your office or any(place, thing , one) all you need to do is click on the image.

Monday, June 1, 2015


I thought we'd ease back into the mandala-y things. This is a colonial garden with tulips and stuff. I'm pretty sure you need this in your life, so just click on it and buy it on something.

Friday, May 29, 2015

Mighty untitled.

Enough mandala-y things for a now...don't worry, they will be back. (probably next time). This is one of those things I just kinda made out of thin air. I think it looks like muscle fibers. I'm sure it would look gorgeous somewhere in your home/car/ on it if you think so, too.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Untitled? Check(erboard).

While I'm on the Zion Canyon is another made from a photo of Checkerboard Mesa. It looks really great as an accent on it to see what I mean.

Monday, May 25, 2015


It is next to impossible to see any of the source photograph in this design, so you'll just have to trust me when I tell you it is from one of my trips across last one actually. It is a black & white infrared shot taken at Zion National Park, in the vicinity of Checkerboard Mesa. It'd be peachy if you liked it and clicked on it to buy a copy for yourself or a swell gift for someone you like.

Friday, May 22, 2015

The Post formerly known as Untitled.

This is from a photo taken at Monticello of a cemetery gate with a very nice spiderweb on it. I know, super-creepy. If you like it (a lot) and want to buy it, click on it. Thanks.