I was out for an early morning walk in Whistler BC looking at the ice coming off the lake. I came across these branches sticking out of the cold mist and water. A curious photo; calm, peaceful, and mysterious like the cold mountain air.
I-beam Abstract, Image 1
I love abstracts! They make you look and think and wonder what you are looking at. Can you identify it? Fun. I discovered this really cool spot at Fort Warden.
A very long exposure late at night captured eerrie moonlight to expose these two ghostly 'lost sentinals'. One of my all-time favorite B&W images!
Five Rivits Abstract, Image 2
Fort Casey, Washington
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Fort Casey Washington
Abrtract, Image 4
I once attending a wet chemistry 'Toning Workshop' by Michael Kenna. While showing us his work he commented "Photographers love degradation". I love that saying.
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Think very old concrete or maybe inside a cave.
Abstract, Image 6
Stairway to Heaven?
Think San Francisco!
If you're fortunate enought to visit the beautiful area of Whistler British Columbia a short hike thru an old growth forest brings you to the old train wreck. In 1956 seven Canadian Northern box cars and four locomotives jumped the tracks and crashed into the forest. Its reported the train was traveling at 35 MPH on tracks rated for 15! The grafitti mixed with the amazing wreckage is really cool.
Inukshuk, Whistler BC
The Inuit people stacked stones to look like people to celebrate important landmarks. This one was assembeled on top of Whistler Mountain for the 2010 Winter Olympics.