Photographer and friend, Julie Bonney, invited a few of us to photograph at her shoemaking school in Ashland, OR, where we had many subjects to work with. I hadn't expected to be juxtaposing her pug with a mini boot.
I competed in pickleball at The State Games of Oregon last weekend. Much of the fun was observing some of the best pickleball players in the country including Chris Miller (above) whose speed and deft footwork were impressive.
This deteriorating door is from one of the buildings at Siskiyou County Airport in Northern California. The buildings were used from 1942-1945 and then again from 1962-1972 by The Army Air Forces and The US Air Force.
As many of you who have been following my work over the years know, I love to photograph courts and playing fields when there is no action going on. The process of drying always adds an element of design. Its quickly changing nature never fails to captivate me.
I'm always looking for surprises in the ordinary and love to compose designs, which I find in unexpected places more often than not. I came across this wall in the town of Palouse in southeast Washington State.