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Muir Wood

I recently had the oppurtunity to visit the enchanting Muir Woods in Northern California. It is literally a magical place. I'm not sure if it is the immense size of the red wood trees or the fact that they are extremely old, but there is a calm that hits you the moment you enter the park. This panorama was taken with the new large sensor Ricoh GR with a 28mm fixed lens. I was on the upper path looking down into the valley and the trees were still so tall around me I could barely see where they ended. I look forward to being able to go back and visit again. 


There is a larger version on my Flickr page <HERE>



The Locust Opening tonight July 7th!

Any one in the NYC area please come down to the opening of my first solo photography exhibition The Locust. It goes from 8-11pm tonight at the Sacred Gallery at 424 Broadway on the second floor. It is located on Broadway just north of Canal st. The show will run from tonight July 7th through the end of the month. Looking forward to seeing you there! 



The Locust show coming up soon!

My solo show is opening soon at the Sacred Gallery in NYC. Please let people know about it and join the event page on Facebook. This has been a labor of love and I'm looking forward to sharing 10 years of photographs with you.



The Locust

A decade in the making, I am proud to present the opening of my solo photography show "The Locust". It will take place on July 7th 2013 at the Sacred Gallery from 8-11pm. The gallery is located at 424 Broadway on the second floor, just up from Canal st. The show features my extensive work of my long time friend Adam Aries RIP. He tragically passed away in his sleep 2 years ago. We were like family. See the Sacred Gallery website for more information. Looking forward to seeing everyone there opening night!



Goodbye Shannon Larratt

Sometimes there is someone who starts something that you become a part of. Like minded people join. They become more than just like minded people, some become your family. Shannon Larratt, the founder of, has passed away. He and I were not close although we had met several times. He was a pioneer in something that has shaped my life for the better every day since I joined his community. You can find more information about Shannon on Needles and Sins or Sacred Debris. The majority of the people who are close to me now I have met in some form or another through his site. It is a terrible loss and my heart goes out to his family. 


Shannon Larratt (1973-2013)