2021 IN-Focus Exhibition

2021 IN-Focus Exhibition

The Anderson Museum of Art has selected all six of my images for the 2021 IN-Focus exhibition. My photograph entries included: an aspiring ballerina with her mother’s ballet shoes: an African-American fashion model with a cowrie shell choker and a feather cape; an...

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Dance: grace, elegance, beauty, and poise

Dance: grace, elegance, beauty, and poise

On a Saturday in mid-November, I planned to create an image of a dancer surrounded by geometric leading lines directing the viewer’s attention to the image’s main subject. An additional advantage of this setting was the contrast between the hard, static, and unbending...

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This place is for the birds

This place is for the birds

The alarm clock woke us at 4:15 am. I muttered to myself, why would anybody in their right mind get up at this time. However, we scurried around to dress, pack our lunch, and load the car. By 5:30 am, we were on our way to the Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Game Area to...

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Windswept Barns

Windswept Barns

For those who live in rural communities, decaying homes, barns, and buildings are familiar sites. For many, though, these architectural relics carry a certain charm. What is the fascination with old bucolic barns? I don’t have a clear answer, but catching sight of...

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Model T Covered Bridge Tour

Model T Covered Bridge Tour

The Model T Ford revolutionized transportation when it rolled off the assembly line in 1908. This iconic car continues to have an allure and appeal to its many collectors. Covered bridges, many of which were built during the era, also engender charm and nostalgia....

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A bridge to the past

A bridge to the past

Visiting covered bridges is like time-travel to the past when lives were very different. There was a slower pace of life when covered bridges were being built. Cell phones, televisions, and automobiles didn’t exist. Covered bridges embody a time when life was simpler....

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Photographer’s Guide to Indianapolis

Photographer’s Guide to Indianapolis

Photographer’s guide the City of Indianapolis Indianapolis is the capital of the State of Indiana and its most populous city. It is home to sports venues, conventions, historic neighborhoods, museums, riverfronts, and mouth-watering cuisine. There are many different...

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Photographing Great Blue Heron

Photographing Great Blue Heron

The Great Blue Heron, with its subtle blue-gray plumage, is a majestic bird as it is poised in shallow waters. It flies with slow, deep wingbeats with its neck tucked-in and long legs trailing Silhouette of heron at sunrise behind. It is stately standing silently...

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In Dancing Light