11 O’Clock Wall

With an odd horizontal symmetry, this image slides to the left only to be halted by the thin vertical that runs up the side.  This was a wall in San Miguel de Allende.  Large fields of color punctuated by streaks like a Clyfford Still painting.  I often wonder what the sculpted porticoes were intended for, too high for an alcove but angled perfectly to capture the light. As per my usual method, this was shot in sections then stitched,...

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South Window Smile

Somewhere just south of the Canadian Border is a house with a long window that faces south.  During the winter the low-lying sun peers over the horizon just enough to melt the frost from the edges to the lower center.  The result is a long, crooked, toothless smile that seems to relish those few moments of warmth. This photograph was shot with a 90mm lens in 8 sections, each one bracketed by two stops over and under.  Then the images were...

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