A small selection of the thousands of images I brought back from a trip to Venice last year. My intent is to capture the flavor of this magical locale, not to document our trip nor provide details on every aspect of life in Venice. Venice is one of those places that must be experienced; I hope I have been able to help you begin to imagine what that experience is like.
In the late 1960's I received a Nikkormat SLR for Christmas and started exploring photography. Extensive B&W darkroom work, experimentation with lighting, dozens of rolls of slide film on every trip. In the late 70's I switched to an Olympus camera, both for the smaller size and in hopes of a more reliable light meter. In the early 1980's I switched again, to a Pentax ME-Super, and I have owned and used Pentax gear every since. Currently the K-5ii.
Michigan U.P. - August 2013: Waterfalls and Dewy Dragonflies - A Nature Photography Workshop Published August 31, 2013
Travels with Stan & Meg - Rome 2009 Published January 26, 2012
Parkville Presbyterian Church Costa Rica - 2010 Published October 10, 2011
Parkville Presbyterian Church - Costa Rica Published November 10, 2008