Winter light #outerbanks

Picture 5

9 Responses to “Winter light #outerbanks”

  • a civilian-mass audience

    another “painting”…

    the possibilities are endless !!!

  • I love this picture. Simply gorgeous.

    If nothing else, the iphone camera thankfully has DAH taking “pure” landscapes and seascape pictures, something he has often disdained but which he is extremely good at.

    I still don’t own a cellphone, let alone a camera phone. What I don’t understand is, how do all you starving marginalized ’emerging’ artists and photographers afford smartphones and all the charges that go with using them??

  • This is too damn good. It’s just too damn good.

    Sidney – to quote my late mom, who raised me upon quotes, be they scripture or the words of wise men and maybe a few women, too: “Where there’s a way, there’s a Will.” Oh, wait… I think I got it wrong… “Where’s Will? There’s a way.” Or maybe it was, “which way will Will go?” Anyway, it was something like that and in it is your answer.

  • a civilian-mass audience


    I bet your mom is laughing from Upstairs…at least you tried,hihiii

    here in Greece,we don’t have the basics but we have all the latest gadgets…hmmm…go figure…I have my chickens,olives and I am “stealing” internet access…

    so,as FROSTY says:
    “Where there is a will, there is a way. If there is a chance in a million that you can do something, anything, to keep what you want from ending, do it. Pry the door open or, if need be, wedge your foot in that door and keep it open.”

    Pauline Kael

    viva BURNIANS!!!


    good point…from my view i have no choice but to pay a high phone bill….it has always been thus so for me…just a cost of doing biz…the phone companies have it made…we all just pay and have no idea really what all those charges are…we cannot live without our phones , so we pay….just imagine if the phone companies simply slipped in a one dollar charge per month..nobody would question it…and that alone wd be worth millions….

    by the way, i do shoot w the iPhone, but on work like this i also shoot the same with a big camera for a larger file…..

    cheers, david


    yes, i agree…there is always a way….photography has always been expensive….you just have to go without something else…i don’t spend money on cars or clothes or boats or expensive vacations (my travel is never a vacation)..i run a break even business…well better to break even that build some big empire that crashes…they always do!! better to be close to the ground…less distance to fall..

    cheers, david

  • “photography has always been expensive….you just have to go without something else”

    David; I’m not so sure about that now. Good gear is so cheap. Good enough has got good enough for most things now. Especially if you buy closeout deals. Storage media is cheap too. I’m doing all my shooting (personal and articles) with a camera that costs $380 (the D300 is gathering dust as we speak). If someone had told me that a few years ago I would have laughed.

    I’m fortunate to have 4 pics in an exhibition here at the moment; only 18×12’s but you can’t tell which is the D300 or the V1. And; I could easily print bigger.

    The bigger cost is the cost to the lifestyle (not the gear anymore) You just can’t be into the “I’ve got to have” type mentality. You know; the big tv; overseas trips etc etc. The cost of maintaining the lifestyle of being able to shoot new work is big; but that’s all part of the deal; right? :-)

  • Sometimes it’s hard to tell where the water meets the sky. I like that.

  • ROSS

    yes, i think you are correct…and above all else, what price your passion?


    hi Mike…cannot believe we missed at Christmas…Bry and Michelle baby due at any moment….bridge open? come and see me if you can….here playing the waiting game….

    hi to Denise and Happy New Year to you both…

    abrazos david

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