Black and White
photography from the Chesapeake Bay watershed by Bill Emory
four months late, part of the roof arrives.
Election day, 2008, Ray Wittenberg goes eye to eye with wax J. Edgar Hoover
Saw Hondros, a movie about photojournalist Chris Hondros. Highly recommend. Chris was a conflict photographer, he followed the story, went to troubled places, the hells of earth. I favor the exact opposite kind of place.
Elaeagnus umbellata and Ligustrum japonicum, autumn olive and privet, two Japanese natives that have colonized the south. An inch of rain provided safe conditions to burn.