Saturday, January 10, 2009

Links to my Online Photos

Because of my health problems and other related time-users, I don't know whether I'll be putting up more links and displays in this image blog, though I'm trying to keep up entries in my general blog, Another Dark Little Corner.

Link to my Flickr Photos
I'm putting most of my photos up on my 'pro' (paid) Flickr site account, Sketches by Mez ( photos/ sketchesbymez). There are collections of my scanned historic family photos — a bunch from World War II, including the Japanese surrender in the Philippines, and earlier, right back to the early 1900s — as well as sets from my 2005 trip to Tasmania, visits elsewhere, hospital stays, Pyrmont and my general imaging.

Outside Flickr, there's a couple of Tabblo pages I've experimented with ( studio/ person/ Mez). This site gives a way of creating a picture layout and display, rather than Flickr, which is like just slotting your images into an existing plain album. You can use the Tabblo layouts to publish a paper book (also possible with Blurb, and in different ways, Lulu [my blog books], and CafePress [blogbook vol 1]), ≈ others create image displays designed for online, or at least screen-based, viewing.

There's also my 'hub blog' here on Blogger, Sketches by Mez, which is just a place to collect together links to my other blogs, image displays and online presence.

Friday, February 29, 2008

Down by the River

Exultations & Difficulties
Martin Stannard's Blog-Zine
Saturday, April 23, 2005
River Photos, Paterson, New Jersey USA (January 2005)

Passaic River, NJ, USA

These photos were taken ... on a day when the city was shrouded in a deep winter fog. The river seemed to disappear ... The trees reflected on the mirror surface of the water .... and the colors were so subdued that the effect is almost black and white.
Images and Text © Mark Hillringhouse, 2005

Friday, October 26, 2007

Moon over burnt-out Southern California

Raph’s Website — The smoke does help some things (26 October, 2007)

Raph Koster - moon over Rancho Bernardo

Full-size 1280 x 780 pixels

"this is the moon over Rancho Bernardo tonight. You can see where there is an absence of lights right below the hills; that is where the fire came through."

Sunday, October 07, 2007

Sunday, April 08, 2007

Om ...

Originally uploaded by Doctor Swan.

omega by Doctor Swan

A simple purity of vision