Author Archives: scott
Visiting my mom, I’ve been spending a fair amount of time in Minneapolis, staring out a hospital window and observing the world outside the aquarium. People cross the street, ambulances pass by, and everyday the snow melts a little more.
It has been 2 consecutive GREAT days at the hospital. Lots of progress in a short amount of time. I’m headed back to Minneapolis on Tuesday. Here is a panorama that I shot this morning from the 24th floor of … Continue reading
I’m on my way back to San Francisco for a few days. I was there 2 weeks ago and was able to take a few images in between hospital visits.
Here is a collection of some black and white 35mm shots from the weekend. It was rejuvenating to get outdoors and make some images. The big tree shot is from a couple weeks ago, on the same roll of film … Continue reading
Summer is coming, I can’t wait.
I was driving to a job a little south of the metro area when I passed this tree. I shot it with a 35mm rangefinder as I headed south. As I returned, I had my Nikon DSLR ready and shot … Continue reading
When is a woodpile also a home? When a porcupine takes up residence during the day! We were up in Crosslake, MN for the President’s Day holiday weekend, and a winter cabin demands a winter fire. As we cleared away … Continue reading
It was a wonderful day in Minnesota today. Warm weather and sunshine. It won’t be long now before it’s above freezing almost every day 🙂
We went snowshoeing today in a local park called Mississippi Gorge Regional Park. It was just beautiful with a temperature in the 30’s F, sunshine and some fun snow climbing up the sides of the gorge to the river road. It … Continue reading
Three of my photographs will be in the next volume of a literary journal called Lumina, the annual literary journal of the Sarah Lawrence College graduate program in writing. Two black and white photographs and one color were selected. I’m happy to have … Continue reading