Archive for ‘photography’

September 15, 2019

Scotland in Motion

by duncanr
August 17, 2019

A hundred years ago, New York City was crowded and full of bad drivers. Who knew?

by allthoughtswork

August 13, 2019

Sometimes, you gotta read the comments

by allthoughtswork


More funny rejoinders

August 12, 2019

AGORA Images 2019 nature photography winners

by allthoughtswork

The Horseshoe Bend Of Europe

More winners

August 8, 2019

Collateral damage

by allthoughtswork


I know this is supposed to be a poignant side-by-side photograph contrasting two worlds and the guy is probably just tossing food to the bird…but all I see is two things dropping bombs.

August 5, 2019

Taking your engagement photos at Target

by allthoughtswork

The couple made use of props in the store, including the carts.

Adorable money saving idea or first sign of early onset Alzheimer’s? You make the call.

July 15, 2019

If Portland turns into Hollywood, I’m gonna have to move

by allthoughtswork

Image result for movie camera lens facing forward


Many years ago, I met two guys on top of a hill in a cemetery playing with their new GoPro drone. It was the first drone I ever saw. They were cameramen for Grimm.

A few years after that, I’m walking down a street before dawn…

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July 8, 2019

Mad Hatters in the Wild: Larch Mountain’s Sherrard Point

by allthoughtswork

Larch Mountain Sherrard Pt2web 5-30-19

If you hike to the top of one of Portland, Oregon’s, closest volcanic plugs at sunset, you can often spot indigenous Millennials gathering for courtship rituals called Selfies at the edge of 100-foot precipices. WARNING: Do not feed.


June 25, 2019

Déjà effin’ vu

by allthoughtswork

Person Centered On The Beach In Front Of A Big Rock

A filmmaker/artist is documenting compilations of people’s Instagram lemming pics on a site called Insta Repeat and I shook my head sadly at “Person Centered on a Beach in Front of a Big Rock.”

All but three of those are Haystack Rock on Cannon Beach, Oregon, and, yes, that’s pretty much what you’ll see there: dozens of idiots blocking their own landscape shots. I never understood putting people in nature photos. Your record of the magnificent view is proof you were there, Haystack Rock doesn’t need yer ugly mug photobombing its selfie.

Ain’t no humans in my shots unless it’s to specifically document the idiocy of Homo sapiens. You’re welcome.



June 13, 2019

Congratulations grads!

by allthoughtswork

This Ad For Graduation Photography


Hopefully, you’re smart enough now NOT to use the above photography company.