I’ve been working feverishly on my upcoming solo show “Abstract/Concrete” set to open in three weeks – August 9th at the Beacon Artist Union. Today’s opening image is the latest in that effort. I have found a little time, though, to turn my attention elsewhere.
My good friend and fellow photographer, Moshe Katvan, called the other day. He needed to find a few locations to shoot for an ad campaign he’s currently working on. Specifically, he needed “…lots of rocks in a wilderness setting.” He certainly knew the right person to call!
So I took him to some of my favorite fossil locations. It worked out great for him. And for me too – it allowed me to poke around, while he worked, and find fresh subject matter for me to shoot. Here are two from that site – along Kaaterskill Creek.
We also took a bit of time to drop by my favorite neighborhood quarry.
We weren’t there more than a half hour.
This selection, this remainder of images, is the result of that quick stop.
Thanks for the visit.