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Yeah, just when you probably thought I was going to disappear again for a month or so, I'm posting a few more pictures.

In this case, the images are from this past September ('12) of friend and model Brittany. These were taken on a warm afternoon in the Moss Rock Preserve south of Birmingham. What is amusing about this, is about a month ago, we offered Brittany sanctuary at the house and she moved in with us. That said, I expect that we're probably going to shoot together more in the near future.

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Last fall, I had to opportunity to do a set with an amazing new model from Atlanta. "Lovesick_Siren" had never done a professional shoot before this. She took direction like a champ and was very expressive.



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I've been terribly silent about posting recent modeling sessions here. That is about to change.

This set is the retained images from the "Beautiful Darkness Weekend" Model-Photographer meet-up in Atlanta in the late summer of 2011. While there were some issues and problems event wise, I had to opportunity to photograph and network with some great folks.



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In March, I had the pleasure of again shooting with model “Murder Doll” (http://www.modelmayhem.com/847538). Due to a number of reasons, she’d stepped back from modeling for almost a year. Because of her trust in my skill, she came back out to work with me.



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In February, I had the pleasure of again shooting with model “Lolly Five” (http://www.modelmayhem.com/1596974). This time she was modeling a set of “cyberlox” or “dreadfalls” for commercial designer “Hypnotic Designs” (http://www.modelmayhem.com/1949872). We had the benefit of MUA Kelsey South (Florence, AL).



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Shoot for a designer Hypnotic Designs in San Diego,CA
Model: Lolly Five
MUA: Kelsey South
Location: Lincoln Mills, Huntsville
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Well, I'm home again for a few days. I head back to SoCal on the 6th but for now I sorta get to rest. The trip back wasn't too bad though it was bitterly cold in Denver (sorry jetways aren't heated). I was delayed in the airport for 2 hours because the aircrew for my flight home was delayed enroute. The flight to Huntsville wasn't bad once we were airborne.

While I was out in the Los Angeles area, I had enough free time to go visit some of the sites that I adored photographing nature's beauty, visited with some dear old friends and even caught a show. Weather broke up my plans to revisit several abandoned sites, but I have the feeling that will be rescheduled to this next visit (time permitting).

While I'm on the subject of photography and my love (obsession) for it. As has been noted by some, it does mean quite a bit to me. My nature photos are in effect my form of daily thanks or worship to nature and it's diverse gifts of beauty. Sometimes the images are sublime and are meant for my own situation at the time. Other times I post them to offer cheer, hope or encouragement to others. I take a very similiar attitude and approach with abandoned place photography. I try to let the photos tell the story of the sites or objects I've found.

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During the course of the last month or so I’ve been editing several sets of images at a time. This is the last shots with the lovely and whimsical [livejournal.com profile] porcelainmistre taken during my visit to Gulfport this past September. Many of these shots were taken on the grounds of an 1870 era mansion or at the Gulfport pier.


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This is another preview of images from the trip to Gulfport in September.
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This is the continuation of the September shoot with Twisted Doll in Gulfport.



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Last model I drove down to Gulfport, MS to make good on a promise. For almost 10 months, Twisted Doll (http://www.modelmayhem.com/234640) and I have been trying to arrange a photoshoot. I used some of the frequent stay points I'd accumulated from this spring and summer's travels and got a free room for two nights at one of my favorite hotels. Doll is a fun model to work with and for her, I believe this was a learning experience and multiple levels. I don't believe she's ever been directed in the manner that I did.

These are shots from our first set, Friday at sunset on the beach.



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As mentioned earlier, I had the chance to work with Lady Rosetta Fire (www.ladyrosettafire.com) at DragonCon 2010 and it was a tremendous opportunity create magic on the fly. Rosetta frequently portrays the ultimate gothic vampire, but in this case, she dawned a 1920's aviator head piece and looked longingly to the open skies.



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Ladies and gents, I'm pleased to introduce Vyxen Minx. This beautiful young woman and I have been discussing shooting her beautiful tattoos. I was very happy to get to photograph her amazing figure.



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In August, after many attempts to schedule a shoot, I had the opportunity to



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In early August, I had the pleasure of shooting with Brittany Taylor. This was a test shoot, but I had the good fortune of Murder Doll as my make-up artist. These are the rest of the set.



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While at DragonCon this year, I had the pleasure of doing a shoot with legendary Gothic model Lady Rosetta Fire. Here's a sample of the set.

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Continuing the idea of short and direct posts, let’s discuss the current photography situation. Over the past two weeks, I’ve been determined to catch up further on my editing requirements and actually limit the number of photos I’m adding to the queue. It’s a daunting task to see the light at the end of the tunnel. It’s even more daunting to leave the camera at home and not commit myself to new shoots. The creative spark is still there but if the process to capture it overwhelms the ability to properly show the results, what’s the point? Creativity for creativity’s sake is noble but damn’d expensive.

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Here's a little preview of things to come


Luna Lilly - 2010
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