P h o t o g r a p h y e t c
Connellys Springs, NC 28612
in the clip to the right, you'll see me dressed for the opera and prepared to take visitors for a tour of the night sky in Chaco Canyon.
You'll see a wide open landscape adjacent New Mexico's Gila Wilderness, a storm descending on the White River in the Yukon Territory, and the goddess of Love paying a visit to the Seven Sisters.
I'm always messing with the pictures and movie-clips here, so maybe you'll see something from Scotland, maybe a kayaking shot or two. (You can't know the photographer without seeing what he chooses for his favorite subjects and what he does with them.)
I spent a couple of decades programming computers, did graduate work in philosophy at the University of Arizona, returned to east Tennessee to teach (for one year!) for my alma mater, studied physics and information systems and did just a tiny bit of work for a tiny little feasibility study for the Cassini spacecraft now in orbit around Saturn. I married a woman I'd known for 25 years and moved to North Carolina. The one constant through all those changes: I've made photographs. They've found homes in textbooks, in the movies, on CD's, in magazines, in ads, all over the web, in galleries, and on the walls of homes, businesses, and public spaces. Now and then they even turn up on NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day.
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