Over the past eight years, I have continued to photograph, though resistively, with small digital cameras. The change over to digital, while extremely convenient, never met my old, comfortable habits of using a medium format camera with analogue photography.
At 75, I no longer travel to distant hinterlands to photograph or work on specific projects. However, my eye is constantly interested in what I see around me visually in various and sundry places, including city streets.
Recently, I have grown more intrigued by forms of abstraction within a landscape and nature. Often I am interested in intertwining a landscape scene with human life. This selection is a random, arbitrary group of digital images I’ve entitled “Somewhere Now,” a miscellany to the present.