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Nathan Wirth has been at 3 events

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Heidi Anne Morris64,615Hi Folks :) Everyone welcome here !! I thought we could have a little fun now that the G+ Events allow you to post video links - SO NO PHOTOS IN THIS EVENT please - +YouTube video's only! Share your favourite songs - share your own music - share you singing! If you do decide to post please just do one thing, add a comment to describe the sort of music you are posting - i.e. rock, classical, acoustic. If the tune means something special to you, share your story ♥  :)  *Just for fun*  :) and to test out the new feature !  *HOW TO POST A TUNE* go to the event - click on video icon - search for tune ! :)) or paste in a link  x All my best Heidi The Favourite Tunes Of Heidi Anne Morris & Friends2013-12-19 09:30:0018  
Nathan Wirth306,693A Weekend Long Exploration of Long Exposure and Monochrome Photography  (a) I would be most appreciative if you could let me know below which individual walks you are planning on attending so that I can get an idea of how many people to expect. (b) I am looking for people to help carpool from the South Bay / Peninsula.   I am also looking for people to help out with carpooling for Sunday's events in Marin County.  Please contact me if you can help.  The Schedule Friday Schedule (January 4th) Sutro Baths Ruins – 3 pm – Dark – Hosted by Nathan Wirth, Athena Carey, and Grant Murray. Meet in the parking lot above the old ruins. ——————————————————————————— Saturday Schedule (January 5th) Downtown San Francisco Architecture Tour – 7 am to 10 am  –Hosted by Nathan Wirth, Brian Day and Grant Murray Meet in front of 101 California (lots of street parking, but bring quarters for the meters - or park at the Sutter Street garage and walk down).  The tour will include the following buildings and bridge: 444 Market, 555 California, 600 Montgomery & the Bay Bridge. Street Photography Tour – 11am – 1:30 pm –Hosted by Brian Day Meet in Union Square Park (I recommend parking at the Sutter Street Garage on Stockton and Sutter). . Marshall Beach – 3 pm – Dark –Hosted by Nathan Wirth, Athena Carey, Steve Landeros and Grant Murray Meet at Battery Crosby.  Park at Baker's Beach and walk up the hill.  ——————————————————————————— Sunday Schedule (January 6th) Sunrise at Hawk Hill (Golden Gate Bridge) – Sunrise – 8 am –Hosted by Joe Azure and Steve Landeros  Meet in the parking area at Hawk Hill China Camp State Park – 9 am to 11:30 am –Hosted by Nathan Wirth and Steve Landeros Meet in the Parking Lot above China Camp (Bring a Five Dollar Bill to Pay for Parking) Drake’s Beach, Point Reyes National Seashore – 2 pm to Dark –Hosted by Nathan Wirth & Steve Landeros Meet in the Drake’s Beach Parking Lot ——————————————————————————— Frequently Asked Questions What do I need to bring? Truly necessary:  (1) Yourself  (2) A camera (3) an interest in photography Recommended: (1) A sturdy tripod  (2) a 10 stop Neutral Density filter Will there be any carpooling? Hopefully.  Who can help?  Are there any maps? I have provided maps for the meeting locations next to each individual walk on the official web page:   http://nlwirth.com/photography/a-slice-of-time-a-san-francisco-bay-area-photowalk-january-4-6-2013/San Francisco Bay Area Long Exposure Photowalk2013-01-05 00:00:00197  
Scott Jarvie432,708*POST YOUR GOOGLE+ ALBUM OF PICTURES* It's been very very popular event in the past and I'm finally doing it again tonight. _This time it will be more organized, more heads up than usual and even a live event._ *SHARE AN ALBUM/GALLERY LINK* It's simple and easy but a lot of work and very fun for all. You simply share an album here and I'll be going through every single one of the albums. Then I will +1 the pictures in the album that I'm really drawn to. *BENEFIT* Well it's simply if you'd love to know which pictures I like most.  I always loved knowing which pictures people really love of mine because it helps me have an eye for which pictures are best received. It's a huge part of becoming a better photographer in my opinion. _*To be able to put out great art is first to know what great art looks like*_ *ON AIR* This will be something new... I'm going to go through all the albums Live, Online as an On-Air hangout. I'll talk a little bit about what I'm doing. If the show goes well I'll keep it for later viewing on YouTube... if the recording isn't great I won't. *SPECIAL GUEST* Because I want to have an outloud conversation about what and why I'm doing things  I will have my good friend and great photographer @109486822103622036238 on the show to facilitate the discussion. She will also visit a lot of these albums and +1 pictures as well. We ask that everyone add her to a circle ... not just because she's awesome (though that's reason enough) but so that if any of these albums are by mistake limited access she will have access. *DIRECTIONS* 1. Paste a link of a Google+ image gallery 2. Put a title or description of what we'll see in the album 3.  *IMPORTANT* If you post a link you hereby give us permission to use a screenshare view of all those pictures and perhaps your profile in a recorded Youtube video. 4. Make sure the album is Public access 5. Add @100962871525684315897  @109486822103622036238 to your circles 6. Return the favor. Take some of the other people's albums and +1 some of your favorites. *IMPORTANT* It bears repeating: _If you post a link you hereby give us permission to use a screenshare view of all those pictures and your profile (maybe) in a recorded Youtube video._ Do not post a link if you are not ok with lots of people visiting that link in addition to us and are not ok with it being on video as well.Share your Album- A Jarvie PlusOne Critique Experience2012-09-12 05:30:00143  

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2015-04-26 00:10:48 (35 comments, 48 reshares, 430 +1s)Open 

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2015-04-26 00:10:48 (35 comments, 48 reshares, 430 +1s)Open 

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2015-07-22 19:49:57 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 21 +1s)Open 

So, I recently collaborated with Peter Weltner on a book of his poetry.  Quite a few of the poems were born from images that I sent him to look at, and a few of my images were born from reading his poems.  The book includes 8 of my images. To make all of this, for me at least, wonderfully more personal, when I was an undergrad and a graduate student at San Francisco State University, I took many poetry classes with Peter (as well as a fantastic class on Faulkner and another on contemporary fiction).  To say the least, those years of poetry study have contributed profoundly to how I approach the images I take. With all of that in mind, this book means a lot to me, personally, because I got to collaborate with a person who has been a significant mentor in my life (and remains one).  The book is available for purchase via Amazon should you have any interest.  Your purchase will help fund Brickhouse Books,a no... more »

So, I recently collaborated with Peter Weltner on a book of his poetry.  Quite a few of the poems were born from images that I sent him to look at, and a few of my images were born from reading his poems.  The book includes 8 of my images. To make all of this, for me at least, wonderfully more personal, when I was an undergrad and a graduate student at San Francisco State University, I took many poetry classes with Peter (as well as a fantastic class on Faulkner and another on contemporary fiction).  To say the least, those years of poetry study have contributed profoundly to how I approach the images I take. With all of that in mind, this book means a lot to me, personally, because I got to collaborate with a person who has been a significant mentor in my life (and remains one).  The book is available for purchase via Amazon should you have any interest.  Your purchase will help fund Brickhouse Books, a non-profit publisher of poetry-- which I do believe is a noble cause ...   

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1938144368/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=1938144368&linkCode=as2&tag=themusicarchi-20&linkId=ONC67RLU6J4GMNJA___

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2015-07-20 06:14:41 (15 comments, 1 reshares, 112 +1s)Open 

This is an image that has meant a lot to me over the years, so much so that I have never shared it before.  I'm not quite sure why I am sharing it now, but here it is in all of its awkward, highly personal self consciousness.  

This is an image that has meant a lot to me over the years, so much so that I have never shared it before.  I'm not quite sure why I am sharing it now, but here it is in all of its awkward, highly personal self consciousness.  ___

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2015-07-16 07:29:06 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 30 +1s)Open 

Square Magazine publishes work all in the square format! Check them out ...

Square Magazine publishes work all in the square format! Check them out ...___

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2015-07-10 07:06:12 (7 comments, 2 reshares, 128 +1s)Open 

summer is a tire swing

summer is a tire swing___

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2015-06-22 15:44:35 (3 comments, 7 reshares, 69 +1s)Open 

This is a very cool idea-- and I wish I had thought of it myself:  a series of questions answered by images.  

http://www.cooph.com/features/visual-qa/detail/article/visual-qa-nathan-wirth.html

This is a very cool idea-- and I wish I had thought of it myself:  a series of questions answered by images.  

http://www.cooph.com/features/visual-qa/detail/article/visual-qa-nathan-wirth.html___

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2015-06-08 06:01:32 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 25 +1s)Open 

One of my favorite photographers is in the spotlight over at my humble, little, tiny, unimportant online zine thing ... check it out ...

One of my favorite photographers is in the spotlight over at my humble, little, tiny, unimportant online zine thing ... check it out ...___

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2015-06-05 06:36:13 (15 comments, 15 reshares, 313 +1s)Open 

tree, hill, light ... all seen from a ditch ...

tree, hill, light ... all seen from a ditch ...___

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2015-06-01 06:59:38 (25 comments, 24 reshares, 343 +1s)Open 

seagulls & fog

seagulls & fog___

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2015-05-28 23:13:40 (2 comments, 2 reshares, 45 +1s)Open 

You really should do yourself a favor and go check out French photographer Bruno Blais' wonderful and interesting images of Miss Rose, which are now featured over at my little photographic bunker slices of silence ... 

http://nlwirth.com/blog/feature-miss-rose-bruno-blais

Coming soon ... a spotlight on will s. 

You really should do yourself a favor and go check out French photographer Bruno Blais' wonderful and interesting images of Miss Rose, which are now featured over at my little photographic bunker slices of silence ... 

http://nlwirth.com/blog/feature-miss-rose-bruno-blais

Coming soon ... a spotlight on will s. ___

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2015-05-22 06:41:55 (16 comments, 4 reshares, 162 +1s)Open 

"How Gollum Spent His Fall Vacation"

This image is from a series of photos in which I take a nostalgic and, hopefully, whimsical look back at the films, comics, and books that inspired my childhood through their exploration of worlds of the fantastical (Star Wars, The Lord of the Rings, etc). See the whole series here-->

https://www.behance.net/gallery/26410375/Imaginations

"How Gollum Spent His Fall Vacation"

This image is from a series of photos in which I take a nostalgic and, hopefully, whimsical look back at the films, comics, and books that inspired my childhood through their exploration of worlds of the fantastical (Star Wars, The Lord of the Rings, etc). See the whole series here-->

https://www.behance.net/gallery/26410375/Imaginations___

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2015-05-15 16:39:35 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 31 +1s)Open 

I saw BB in concert a handful of times (one of my favorite shows was an evening with BB, Albert King and Bobby Blue Bland) ... each concert always a sound reminder that even though sadness and struggle is inevitable in this world, you can, with the right music, still dance to it ... thanks, sir. The thrill of your music will never be gone ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWLAAzOBoBI

I saw BB in concert a handful of times (one of my favorite shows was an evening with BB, Albert King and Bobby Blue Bland) ... each concert always a sound reminder that even though sadness and struggle is inevitable in this world, you can, with the right music, still dance to it ... thanks, sir. The thrill of your music will never be gone ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWLAAzOBoBI___

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2015-05-04 06:14:06 (18 comments, 14 reshares, 213 +1s)Open 

infrared and a little touch of intentional camera movement ...

infrared and a little touch of intentional camera movement ...___

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2015-04-26 00:10:48 (35 comments, 48 reshares, 430 +1s)Open 

oak 

oak ___

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2015-04-07 07:34:47 (7 comments, 2 reshares, 149 +1s)Open 

I can't really understand why anyone decided to call this location Bowling Ball Beach ... they look like dinosaur eggs to me (or as my friend Lynne Baron Goodwin said: truffles). Anyway ... this one was taken in the light of a lovely sunset (I returned for sunrise the next day). Onward and upward (and maybe even sideways).

I can't really understand why anyone decided to call this location Bowling Ball Beach ... they look like dinosaur eggs to me (or as my friend Lynne Baron Goodwin said: truffles). Anyway ... this one was taken in the light of a lovely sunset (I returned for sunrise the next day). Onward and upward (and maybe even sideways).___

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2015-04-03 05:35:00 (5 comments, 9 reshares, 150 +1s)Open 

Sections

Aquatic Park, San Francisco, CA

Sections

Aquatic Park, San Francisco, CA___

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2015-03-27 15:12:16 (14 comments, 9 reshares, 173 +1s)Open 

Spring

This is meant to reflect a Japanese wall painting.

Spring

This is meant to reflect a Japanese wall painting.___

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2015-03-20 06:48:21 (9 comments, 7 reshares, 244 +1s)Open 

Triptychin' the infrared light fantastic ...

Triptychin' the infrared light fantastic ...___

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2015-03-19 06:31:15 (10 comments, 9 reshares, 268 +1s)Open 

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2015-03-16 06:21:33 (13 comments, 11 reshares, 256 +1s)Open 

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2015-03-15 06:51:34 (7 comments, 9 reshares, 230 +1s)Open 

White Tree XI -- Contra Costa County, CA

White Tree XI -- Contra Costa County, CA___

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2015-03-13 03:43:29 (5 comments, 3 reshares, 162 +1s)Open 

St. Mary's Cathedral in San Francisco

Infrared Converted Camera + Lee Big Stopper + Lee 3 Stop 

St. Mary's Cathedral in San Francisco

Infrared Converted Camera + Lee Big Stopper + Lee 3 Stop ___

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2015-02-28 07:22:08 (4 comments, 5 reshares, 204 +1s)Open 

"As goodness stands in the intelligible realm to intelligence and the things we know, so in the visible realm the sun stands to sight and the things we see."

From Plato's The Republic

"As goodness stands in the intelligible realm to intelligence and the things we know, so in the visible realm the sun stands to sight and the things we see."

From Plato's The Republic___

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2015-02-27 19:13:58 (14 comments, 7 reshares, 229 +1s)Open 

I first saw Star Trek when I was around four of five years old. I have a very faint memory of being at my great grandparent's house and seeing the spores spray the ever logical, emotions kept in check Vulcan Spock, who seconds later embraced all those emotions he had kept bottled up. And, yes, I had to hold back a deluge of tears when Spock died in Wrath of Kahn (even if Star Trek has always been a bit campy -- but that is, of course, why I have, in part, always loved the original series the most)...

Rest in peace, Mr. Nimoy.

"Insufficient facts always invite danger." -- Spock

Watch--> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGF5ROpjRAU

I first saw Star Trek when I was around four of five years old. I have a very faint memory of being at my great grandparent's house and seeing the spores spray the ever logical, emotions kept in check Vulcan Spock, who seconds later embraced all those emotions he had kept bottled up. And, yes, I had to hold back a deluge of tears when Spock died in Wrath of Kahn (even if Star Trek has always been a bit campy -- but that is, of course, why I have, in part, always loved the original series the most)...

Rest in peace, Mr. Nimoy.

"Insufficient facts always invite danger." -- Spock

Watch--> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGF5ROpjRAU___

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2015-02-25 07:45:41 (11 comments, 5 reshares, 210 +1s)Open 

Blah, blah, blah, blah, rocks, blah, blah, blah, clouds, blah, blah, blah, blah, ocean, blah, blah, Oregon ... 

Blah, blah, blah, blah, rocks, blah, blah, blah, clouds, blah, blah, blah, blah, ocean, blah, blah, Oregon ... ___

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2015-02-24 07:57:12 (13 comments, 13 reshares, 215 +1s)Open 

Wanderer above the Sea of Fog --> 

http://www.innerchange.com.au/azmayesh/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Wanderer-above-the-sea-of-fog.jpg

Looks Better in the Large View (Click the Photo ... Just Do It)

Wanderer above the Sea of Fog --> 

http://www.innerchange.com.au/azmayesh/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Wanderer-above-the-sea-of-fog.jpg

Looks Better in the Large View (Click the Photo ... Just Do It)___

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2015-02-23 08:19:50 (25 comments, 7 reshares, 207 +1s)Open 

It's really unusual for me to compose an image this way-- with the rock so far up in the square, with more shoreline than sky in the composition. Yup. Why am I telling you this? I don't know. Why did I compose it this way? I don't know why-- only that I did and that it is unusual for me to do so. Why should you care? I don't know the answer to that either ... time for me to go back to grading student essays about Emerson and Thoreau and nature and solitude ...

PS that rock sure looks like a wizard hat ... don't you think?  Discuss among yourselves ...

It's really unusual for me to compose an image this way-- with the rock so far up in the square, with more shoreline than sky in the composition. Yup. Why am I telling you this? I don't know. Why did I compose it this way? I don't know why-- only that I did and that it is unusual for me to do so. Why should you care? I don't know the answer to that either ... time for me to go back to grading student essays about Emerson and Thoreau and nature and solitude ...

PS that rock sure looks like a wizard hat ... don't you think?  Discuss among yourselves ...___

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2015-02-22 07:02:57 (9 comments, 11 reshares, 279 +1s)Open 

I traveled all the way back to January of 2010 for this one ...

Candlestick Point State Park in San Francisco.  

I traveled all the way back to January of 2010 for this one ...

Candlestick Point State Park in San Francisco.  ___

2015-02-20 20:03:17 (8 comments, 2 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

suburban observations
The suburbs often feel somewhat soulless, even heartless, in spite of the fact that they often have, rather curiously, so many trees lining their streets and decorating the yards of their cookie cutter houses as if part of a lamely-conceived deception to fool us into thinking they are in harmony with the forces of nature. The suburbs are neither city, nor nature, but something acceptably unacceptable in-between the two, a stretch of occupied, built-upon land that encroaches on the city and bounds the edges of the countryside. These curious monotonies stem from such samenesses … such unoriginalities of design and order … as if everyone just gave up on the possibility of expressing anything unique or different or clever or challenging and just settled for what was easiest and quickest and most likely to receive little complaint from those who couldn't care less about suchthi... more »

suburban observations
The suburbs often feel somewhat soulless, even heartless, in spite of the fact that they often have, rather curiously, so many trees lining their streets and decorating the yards of their cookie cutter houses as if part of a lamely-conceived deception to fool us into thinking they are in harmony with the forces of nature. The suburbs are neither city, nor nature, but something acceptably unacceptable in-between the two, a stretch of occupied, built-upon land that encroaches on the city and bounds the edges of the countryside. These curious monotonies stem from such samenesses … such unoriginalities of design and order … as if everyone just gave up on the possibility of expressing anything unique or different or clever or challenging and just settled for what was easiest and quickest and most likely to receive little complaint from those who couldn't care less about such things in the first place. This little series seeks to capture little slices of beauty among such repetitious ubiquities. I captured all of these images while walking around the suburban neighborhood I now live in. I used an infrared-converted camera; each image is approximately a one second to three second exposure. Some of the time, I let the movement from my fast gait sway the camera held in my hands, and at other times I intentionally swayed the camera to and fro and up and down and over and back– but always as I was walking. In other words, I wanted these observations to be recorded as part of the many walks I took while collecting this series, the walk taking me wherever it is that I was going and the observations simply caught along the way with no planning. For even in the plasticity of such designs, little silent slices of beauty dance often unnoticed.

http://nlwirth.com/photography/suburban-observations/___

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2015-02-18 07:03:18 (10 comments, 10 reshares, 261 +1s)Open 

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2015-02-16 20:14:43 (5 comments, 4 reshares, 144 +1s)Open 

The latest essay over at slices of silence comes from Canadian photographer Steve Silverman, who has a deep connection with photographing the landscapes of the American Southwest.  Feel free to share with your friends and to sign up for updates.  As always, slices of silence is an entirely advertisement free (and motive free) labor of love brought to you purely by my love of photography ...

http://nlwirth.com/blog/the-lure-of-the-desert

The latest essay over at slices of silence comes from Canadian photographer Steve Silverman, who has a deep connection with photographing the landscapes of the American Southwest.  Feel free to share with your friends and to sign up for updates.  As always, slices of silence is an entirely advertisement free (and motive free) labor of love brought to you purely by my love of photography ...

http://nlwirth.com/blog/the-lure-of-the-desert___

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2015-02-14 06:38:04 (10 comments, 6 reshares, 104 +1s)Open 

I cordially invite you to visit the expressive world of Ivana Stojakovic's creative images ... each of which is a dream, a glimpse into her unconscious, a story with no words. Ivana most graciously agreed to answer some questions and share some images ... please feel free to share this post and / or to sign up for updates when you visit slices of silence ...

http://nlwirth.com/blog/interviews-ivana-stojakovic

I cordially invite you to visit the expressive world of Ivana Stojakovic's creative images ... each of which is a dream, a glimpse into her unconscious, a story with no words. Ivana most graciously agreed to answer some questions and share some images ... please feel free to share this post and / or to sign up for updates when you visit slices of silence ...

http://nlwirth.com/blog/interviews-ivana-stojakovic___

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2015-02-11 08:06:36 (22 comments, 16 reshares, 428 +1s)Open 

It's a tree ... so says Captain Obvious ...

It's a tree ... so says Captain Obvious ...___

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2015-02-09 06:47:56 (33 comments, 20 reshares, 372 +1s)Open 

I've been thinking about giving up "photography" so that I can better focus on my photography ...

I've been thinking about giving up "photography" so that I can better focus on my photography ...___

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2015-02-04 07:51:36 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 65 +1s)Open 

"Gort, klaatu barada nikto" --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXLPFqdLPKY

"Gort, klaatu barada nikto" --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXLPFqdLPKY___

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2015-02-03 08:59:13 (3 comments, 3 reshares, 117 +1s)Open 

For reference:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mM6OIlreneA

For reference:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mM6OIlreneA___

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2015-01-31 07:08:24 (6 comments, 11 reshares, 225 +1s)Open 

self & tree II

self & tree II___

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2015-01-23 06:50:40 (11 comments, 7 reshares, 118 +1s)Open 

Jorund Baethan, perhaps the most aggressive and intrusive paparazzi to ever have played the game, chose to disregard Superman's very clear, specific instructions that no one, under any circumstances, was to ever, ever, ever take his photo.  This is the last photo that Jorund ever took.  His remains are presumed to have been burned at some point during his seconds-later entry into the earth's core.

Jorund Baethan, perhaps the most aggressive and intrusive paparazzi to ever have played the game, chose to disregard Superman's very clear, specific instructions that no one, under any circumstances, was to ever, ever, ever take his photo.  This is the last photo that Jorund ever took.  His remains are presumed to have been burned at some point during his seconds-later entry into the earth's core.___

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2015-01-20 07:51:14 (4 comments, 3 reshares, 92 +1s)Open 

The latest spotlight over at slices of silence ....

http://nlwirth.com/blog/artist-spotlight-miguel-cabezas

The latest spotlight over at slices of silence ....

http://nlwirth.com/blog/artist-spotlight-miguel-cabezas___

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2015-01-19 02:21:39 (9 comments, 6 reshares, 142 +1s)Open 


see the complete dunes series here:  https://www.behance.net/gallery/22784547/Zen-Gardens


see the complete dunes series here:  https://www.behance.net/gallery/22784547/Zen-Gardens___

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2015-01-15 07:46:12 (20 comments, 18 reshares, 282 +1s)Open 

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2015-01-14 07:08:43 (5 comments, 4 reshares, 131 +1s)Open 

And, of course, whilst in the dunes I worked on some long exposures ...

And, of course, whilst in the dunes I worked on some long exposures ...___

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2015-01-13 07:16:21 (10 comments, 4 reshares, 153 +1s)Open 

So, yup. I visited these dunes for three different sessions, and, thus, the various personalities and qualities of light and texture in the images so far.

So, yup. I visited these dunes for three different sessions, and, thus, the various personalities and qualities of light and texture in the images so far.___

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2015-01-12 08:50:55 (5 comments, 4 reshares, 105 +1s)Open 

More Sand in My Shoes ...

More Sand in My Shoes ...___

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2015-01-11 07:42:04 (19 comments, 7 reshares, 272 +1s)Open 

Moon Over Dunes I

Moon Over Dunes I___

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2015-01-10 08:27:12 (11 comments, 6 reshares, 251 +1s)Open 

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2014-12-31 08:25:50 (16 comments, 9 reshares, 202 +1s)Open 

There comes a time, for many, when certain yearly traditions must be honored. In the world of social media, one of those traditions is the proverbial post about looking back at the year and celebrating personal success while looking toward the New Year with hopeful enthusiasm manifested by resolutions for continued success and personal growth. And for photographers, in particular, this comes with the expected list of best photos of the year. I have most certainly succumbed to such temptations in the past because, after all, people who love to take photos love to talk about themselves. We really, really do (for example, look at me talking about myself right now or refer to my deluge of posts in which I chittered, chattered and prattled incessantly throughout the entire year). So ... yup ... for the end of this year, in the spirit of such fine traditions, I am simply going to grab this fucking awesome stick... more »

There comes a time, for many, when certain yearly traditions must be honored. In the world of social media, one of those traditions is the proverbial post about looking back at the year and celebrating personal success while looking toward the New Year with hopeful enthusiasm manifested by resolutions for continued success and personal growth. And for photographers, in particular, this comes with the expected list of best photos of the year. I have most certainly succumbed to such temptations in the past because, after all, people who love to take photos love to talk about themselves. We really, really do (for example, look at me talking about myself right now or refer to my deluge of posts in which I chittered, chattered and prattled incessantly throughout the entire year). So ... yup ... for the end of this year, in the spirit of such fine traditions, I am simply going to grab this fucking awesome stick that I found at the beach and just stare in the general direction of “out there” and continue trying to live in the moment as I consider ways to be more helpful to people other than myself …

Happy New Year to "y’alls." See you somewhere else in time …___

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2014-12-30 07:28:01 (4 comments, 3 reshares, 74 +1s)Open 

In addition to the winter theme page I posted over at slices of silence yesterday, I also posted an interview I recently completed with Pavel Javor, who photographs amazing and beautiful fine art, b&w explorations of the landscape of the nude body -- so ... if nudity bothers you should avoid this one ... 

And feel free to look around and enjoy the other interviews, spotlights, features, essays and themes ... all ad free, all curated and edited by little old me for your viewing and reading pleasure ...(you might even want to sign up for updates to the site). 

http://nlwirth.com/blog/interviews-pavel-javor

In addition to the winter theme page I posted over at slices of silence yesterday, I also posted an interview I recently completed with Pavel Javor, who photographs amazing and beautiful fine art, b&w explorations of the landscape of the nude body -- so ... if nudity bothers you should avoid this one ... 

And feel free to look around and enjoy the other interviews, spotlights, features, essays and themes ... all ad free, all curated and edited by little old me for your viewing and reading pleasure ...(you might even want to sign up for updates to the site). 

http://nlwirth.com/blog/interviews-pavel-javor___

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2014-12-28 23:12:03 (4 comments, 11 reshares, 80 +1s)Open 

Winter is here ... and, in that spirit, I invite you to view and read the images and words of six very talented photographers that have wrestled with the cold, wintry landscape and found much beauty (in alphabetical order: +Stephen Cairns, +Athena Carey, +Michael Diblicek , +Sandra Parlow, +Martin Rak , and +Regan Shercliffe).  

http://nlwirth.com/blog/themes-winter

Winter is here ... and, in that spirit, I invite you to view and read the images and words of six very talented photographers that have wrestled with the cold, wintry landscape and found much beauty (in alphabetical order: +Stephen Cairns, +Athena Carey, +Michael Diblicek , +Sandra Parlow, +Martin Rak , and +Regan Shercliffe).  

http://nlwirth.com/blog/themes-winter___

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2014-12-27 09:58:09 (9 comments, 6 reshares, 175 +1s)Open 

Dark Knight of the Soul

Dark Knight of the Soul___

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2014-12-19 08:21:28 (19 comments, 11 reshares, 224 +1s)Open 

The thing you have to understand about this image is that I captured it in the middle of a raging, relentless storm, the wind delivering a seemingly unending deluge of pelting rain and, at times, waves slamming into me as I tried to make my way around the beach (one drenched me all the way up to my stomach and nearly sucked me out to the sea). I clenched my umbrella and held it as steady as I could over my camera and tripod. I was drenched to my skin by the time I had finished my session down there. That black in the sky is a very dark, passing storm cloud. 

It was an exhilarating experience ...

The thing you have to understand about this image is that I captured it in the middle of a raging, relentless storm, the wind delivering a seemingly unending deluge of pelting rain and, at times, waves slamming into me as I tried to make my way around the beach (one drenched me all the way up to my stomach and nearly sucked me out to the sea). I clenched my umbrella and held it as steady as I could over my camera and tripod. I was drenched to my skin by the time I had finished my session down there. That black in the sky is a very dark, passing storm cloud. 

It was an exhilarating experience ...___

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