Author Archives: Don


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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