Friday, November 22, 2013

Hello, Goodbye?



I’m back!...kind of.

It’s been many months since my last post. During this extended break, I thought about ending this blog, and also about keeping it going. I’ve liked having the blog, but, odd as it may sound, posting with any regularity was often more of a chore than it was enjoyable, especially when I was busy with other things. That’s the main reason why I stopped posting last February.

I’ve finally arrived at a decision that makes sense for me. I will no longer be posting to this blog. I am, however, taking the ‘photo a day’ idea over to You Fill Me With Inertia, my Tumblr page.  I’ve posted a few photo a day images there already, and plan on continuing it. You Fill Me With Inertia is a mixture of my creative work, old postcards, odd old ads and photos, interesting art, and other odds and ends. I describe it as “absurdity, ephemera, and art”. It has about ten times the followers as this blog has ever had, so I’ll reach more people with the photo a day posts. I hope you check it out. If you are only interested in the photos, I’ve tagged all those posts with ‘tyler’s photo a day’, so searching for that phrase will find them.

I’m not deleting this blog, I’m going to leave it up, as it’s a nice collection of images that people may want to browse through on occasion.


See you over on Tumblr! 

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Sunday, February 24, 2013

White Leaves


Shot in digital infrared on a hot summer day a couple of years ago.

Monday, February 18, 2013

School Of Beauty Culture

A couple of months ago, I went to an estate sale close to my house. In an upstairs bedroom, I found a box of old Kodak B&W photo paper labeled 'do not open'. Knowing that the paper wouldn't be good, I opened the box to find about a dozen 8 X 10 B&W prints. The people running the sale told me they were their sister's photographs from a photo class, and sold me the box for $5. The photos are mostly somewhat mundane urban scenes, but printed well. I knew I'd be making collages from them.
I cut the image from an old nursing textbook, and thought it looked great on this photo. It sat unfinished in my studio for a few weeks while I looked for more things to collage with it, before I realized that it was complete as is and didn't need anything else.

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Autumn Woods


Shot last October on a sunny, warm day. I would like one of those about now.