A year and a half ago, while experimenting with a new process, I created a photograph of the rocky shoreline at Muir beach. The camera was moved by the tide during the three day exposure, but somehow the negative did not double expose, and it was not destroyed. The resulting image was the only image I have created that I feel actually reflects the beauty of its surrounding landscape. Since then I have been trying to capture it again. I had built that first camera, and have continued to refine the practice in my attempts of image making. I have found that many of the choices that I have made in the development of this process relate to my own tendencies of nostalgia and thoughts of nature and the wonder that lies beyond the trail.
Cypress on Creek Bed Final Enlargement, 21"x25"Fence Line Negative, 9"x11"Fence Line Enlargment,9"x11"Field Final Enlargement, 21"x25"Canopy Negatives, 1, 2, 3, 21"x11"Hilltop Enlargement' 9"x11"Hilltop Negative, 9"x11"Dead Oak Enlargement, 9"x11"Dead Oak Negative, 9"x11"Documentation of Cameras