Well, today I deleted many old post that just seemed to ramble on as well as a few photos that I was just not pleased with. There are a few that remain that are less than what I would strive for now, but for some sentimental reason or other I could not get rid of them. This blog can now be considered archived I guess. I am moving on to new waters, and some of the projects will not fit will with...
I recently realized that I cannot recall ever inviting my Tumblr followers to join me on Facebook, and I feel really bad about this. Though there are not many of you I would not still be doing this if it wasn’t for your support. So please stop by my Facebook and say hello to me. You can find it at http://www.facebook.com/larrynfoto -Thanks, see you there! :)
for those who follow me & like poetry, i am now posting 5 poems a week written by myself at http://lncw.tumblr.com
Photos Torn In Half
Light is directional, that’s the first rule of thumb. You have your pick, narrow or broad, you can only choose one. You want the loop effect under the nose, and fill light in the eyes. Say cheese, FLASH, SUPRISE! Now you’re half blind, but a photo is worth a thousand words. Whether it be of people, cars, planes, trains, or birds. I set out to figure what a thousand words where...
Jones Gap, South Carolina
Yesterday I spent about 5 hours at Jones Gap State Park with Kiaya and Stephanie. Though I have had kind of a difficult time in almost every aspect of life since moving to South Carolina, I have to say Jones Gap is a treasure. Within 10 minutes of your arrival at the state park you will feel as if you are walking through an enchanted forest where anything is possible. This was only my second time...
The photo for today of model Alejandra is from one of my 2009 photos. I was just getting introduced to digital photography by a veteran photographer. I particularly like this image because it is suggestive of some unseen event occuring just past the viewers line of vision. It leaves you to wonder: what was happening? If only you knew.