I am a fan of photographer Elliott Erwitt’s photograph Dogs Legs. The photograph was taken in New York City in 1974, and it has always felt like New York to me. Though there may be limited information in the frame, what is there is enough to paint a larger picture, or to encourage your mind to […]
Archive for April, 2014
A follow up to my December 29th post. . .
Yesterday was a blustery 55° on the Oregon coast. But don’t try telling the locals it’s not beach weather. . .
Throughout my childhood, my family lived in the same house. Its walls hold memories from my first steps to my college graduation. As an adult, I have moved several times. I have also watched as spaces once home to friends and family were emptied, and have felt a strangeness walking through familiar spaces whose residents […]