The biggest problem with photography is that there is too much photography. While processing a few photographs for my Unprocessed Sunday blog post series, I would like to explore the issues I have been thinking about with this medium in 2020.
(Ed. Note – I was writing this post when news showed up that Eddie Van Halen passed away. RIP, EVH. I need to write some thoughts about you and Neil Peart very soon)
Full disclosure: The bribe happened way back a few seconds ago.
To put some of this in perspective, two separate events merged to make this unfortunate event happen.
I don’t remember if I purchased Radiohead’s Kid A on exactly October 2, 2000. I probably did. Back then, it was a quick lunch-time trip to Best Buy to browse their massive Compact Disc layout that took up most of the retail floor space. On an end-cap, you would find the displays with all the “New Releases.” I would have paid in cash. Probably after I made the trip to the bank to cash my paycheck. I don’t think I even had a credit card in 2000. I am not sure if I even had a checking account.
My September 2020 Photo of the Month is SDRP22, taken near Lake Hodges during a cloudy morning in San Dieguito River Park.
Many people consider AC/DC one of the greatest rock bands of all time. This blog is not one of them. This blog will hesitantly admit to enjoying some of their work. Making fun of AC/DC is enjoyable because they have basically shown no development in their music for 45 years. Some bands show consistent development … Read more
My August 2020 Photo of the Month is EC35. This was an image made near Warner Springs, California during a beautiful monsoonal storm.
My July 2020 Photo of the Month is OH8063, photographed along Old Highway 80 in San Diego County’s In-Ko-Pah Park area.
Here is a small selection of images from Comet Neowise that I photographed in the past week.