Monthly Archives: July 2010


Reflection, 1995 Things are rolling along here in Figures of GraceLand pretty much as before, where preparing my new website for launch by the middle of next month is the top priority. Today’s photo is one of those that I … Continue reading

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Waiting for the Bird

Pigeon and the Salute, Venice, 2009 Most of my photography work this past week has been confined to resizing scans from negatives for posting on my new website. I allowed myself to leave my computer yesterday, when I drove to … Continue reading

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Stomach Out

New Mexico Nude, 1998, #31 Recently, in a comment on a blog post made by my friend Dave Levingston, someone questioned why models told to hold their stomachs in for photos, rather than letting them hang out naturally. If photographs … Continue reading

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Today, July 14, is Bastille Day – France’s version of Independence Day, I guess. So, in keeping with the day, here’s a photo of a beautiful French girl photographed in the south of France in the summer of 2001. The … Continue reading

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In The Palm of Her Hand

Here’s another photo of Amber in Joshua Tree National Park. The photo was made not long after I made the photos of Amber with Candace Nirvana that I displayed two postings ago. By the time I made this photo it … Continue reading

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Decisions, Decisions…

Untitled, 1997, #2 This past week has been a busy one as far as things photographic go. Now that I’ve started printing photographs again, I’ve decided that it’s time for me to actually try to do something with them. For … Continue reading

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