Through the month of January, my photography will be hanging on the walls of The Good Scoop in Downtown Davis as part of the 2nd Friday ArtAbout! Come and see my show "A Little Tomato": a black and white photography study exploring the milieu of the city of Davis, or view the digital version on my website. And don't forget to snag a scoop of organic ice cream while you take the self guided tour of eight black and white images. Show pieces as well as re-prints are also available for purchase on my Square store.
I have been continuing the arduous task of sorting and organizing my photo archive, a 2TB+ task, and came across a few old favorites from between 2007 to 2011--the years I just finished organizing. Enjoy!
One of my favorite things about this time of year in Yolo is the late night/early morning fog. I went out and photographed these scenes at about 5-6am a couple days ago. I might post some color shots to go with these...
Continuing my project documenting Yolo County, today I shot the train station in downtown Davis (erected in 1913) and the surrounding railway. After assuring the officer who approached me shortly after I began shooting that I was not, in fact, a terrorist, I think I got some good shots. The clouds from the morning's rain made for some really excellent skies, something that tends to be rather flat in the summertime; and while it wasn't a terribly busy afternoon, I did manage to get a few travelers in some of the shots. Enjoy!