Mexico

Camera Work

I always carry one or two cameras when I travel, and frequently, when I just go for a walk.   I take pictures for many different reasons, to document events, places, and things, to record ideas and elements for paintings, and to make an artistic photographic statement.  My Abstract photos are always artistic statements as they speak about purely visual elements: form, color, texture, light.  Occasionally, reasons for taking a picture overlap.  The photo may be artistic and documentary.  There is always something that excites the eye—abstract images in the unexpected juxtaposition of trees, fruit, buildings, rocks, umbrellas, you-name-it.  Sometimes it’s the rhythm of shapes and light and colors; the vitality of a person, an animal or a sculpture; the intrigue of shadows and reflections.  Here are some images that captured my attention.

AK Glass

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10090 Zihuatanejo, MX
Fan shop
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10311 Mexico City
Narrow courtyard
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10313 Mexico City
Narrow courtyard
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10858 San Miguel, MX
Garden courtyard
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10859 San Miguel, MX
Garden courtyard
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10923 Guanajuato, MX
Architectural detail
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20089 Zijuatanejo, MX
Paint bucket
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20104 Mexico
Cracked earthenware
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20108 Zihuatanejo, MX
Coconut palm
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20109 Barra de Potosi, MX
Beached boats
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20124 Zihuatanejo, MX
Scallion bunches
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20125 Arrazola, MX
Window, gate, shadows