In September of 2016 I traveled to Crescent City in Northern California to photograph the Redwoods. Unbeknownst to me at the time, that trip changed me and started to put into motion events that would culminate in my leaving Arizona.
Entire buildings and structures are disappearing from the Lil Boquillas Ranch near Fairbank, Arizona. I recommend you visit this historical treasure soon, for at this rate it will probably be gone within the next decade.
One of the fascinating structures at Camp Rucker, located in Rucker Canyon outside of Douglas Arizona, is the large sprawling structure that was obviously the main building on the site. There are no interpretive signs explaining the origins of the structure, its purpose, nor whether it was an original part of this historical military outpost.
I met Hachi on a sunny Winter day back on January 13, 2007.
Up on a bleak hillside outside of Fairbank, one of our local “ghost” towns, lies an old cemetery consisting mostly of rock piles and makeshift wooden crosses with several stone tombstones scattered here and there.
Recently I was asked why I’ve started to watermark my images.
Photography is expensive. Photography has always been expensive. Prior to digital images the costs for buying and processing film were prohibitive for many an aspiring photographer. Digital photography was supposed to change all that — incur a one-time cost for hardware and you’d be all set for a long time! Unfortunately, it hasn’t turned out that way. Initial investments for camera gear are astronomical, and the purchase costs for software and hardware are ridiculous, not to mention recurring.