I like to describe myself as a rocks, rust, roots, and relics photographer. I’m old enough now that if I were furniture, I’d be mid-century modern. I’ve moved to digital photography from a background in large format black and white film. Of late, I’ve been most intrigued by the works of the 19th- and early-20th-century photographers in the west, including Carleton Watkins and William Henry Jackson, whose photographs were instrumental in the formation of our first national parks.
Ghosts of the Northern Plains: Abandoned Farmhouse