Hi everyone and welcome to today’s post. Today’s image is just an interlude. A brief and still moment in time where day and night begin to overlap. At the moment it is a metaphor that represents my current situation. Right now, at the mid-point of the holidays I seem to exist in the transitional spaces of time. I have taken down my website, for good or bad, and am in the throws of rebuilding the site under a new architecture with WordPress. I have been thinking about this for some time and finally pulled the plug. Had I been on my game I would have built the new site early and made a smooth transition to the new one. But alas I simply procrastinated, unsure of where I wanted to take the whole thing. But it is coming together and I think I will be ready to relaunch in about a month. And there is more photography to come as well. I have two early trips planned in January to Death Valley with my buds Alec Johnson and Travis Bechtel and another trip at the end of the month to the Grand Canyon that will include a trip to Canyon X and a day of shooting with Tony Kuyper. So good things are going on.
In the meantime please enjoy today’s peaceful moment from Lake Superior. The image was made at sunset on Ellingson Island at Split Rock Lighthouse State Park. I shot this during the North Shore of Lake Superior Workshop I assisted on with Alec Johnson. This was one of the last shoots of the workshop and was a beautiful and fitting end to a great time with a fabulous group of people.
This will be a the last post for about a week or so. I will return from Death Valley next week and I hope to bring you a lot of new images and adventures from the trip.
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