Author Archives: Don


The Tractor Store

I noticed this little place while taking my clients to Palouse Falls during a recent photo tour. After we shot the falls the clients decided to head back to the hotel. I can’t blame them, […]

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Rolling Thunder MMXIX

What might have been the last Rolling Thunder was held last Sunday.   The event organizers indicated the expense and dealing with the Pentagon Police Department were the major factors in this decision.  Since the […]

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The Desert in Infrared

My intention was to write this and several other blogs soon after returning home from Death Valley in March. But time slipped away and as I write this I’m packing for another adventure that I […]

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The Asylum After Dark

For the last several years I have taught a Light Painting Workshop at the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum on a bi-annual basis. The Asylum, as I call it, is a really special place if for no other reason than I have shot it so many times over the years.

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As I come out of my winter slumber and start seeking photo opportunities, daffodils are usually one of the first signs of spring here in the mid-Atlantic area. Recently I was in search of a […]

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Thanks Herb!

I first heard about the Lonaconing Silk Mill back in 2011 from Arthur Ransome and Chuck Robinson, a couple of photographer friends from Baltimore. They told me of a place frozen in time, a factory […]

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