Shipwrecked on a Shoal

Shipwrecked on a Shoal

Dreams and harsh realities of a storm. So many boats destroyed during the hurricane season.

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Time Turns slowly

Time Turns slowly

During a hurricane, the wind whips and turns the world upside down, destroying homes and wildlife, in contrast time turns too slow.

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Music After the Storm

Music After the Storm

Music is a great source of comfort and joy after distressing times. The acoustic guitar is a soothing instrument and is played often within my family.

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A Boy and his Piano

A Boy and his Piano

My son is a musician. He loves writing songs and experimenting in all kinds of music. The vintage feel to this photograph reflects some of his more mysterious, slightly sad songs.

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Goddess of the Garden

Goddess of the Garden

Beautiful birds, butterflies and flowers adorn our planet. We need to take better care of our environment.

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Lady of The Warehouse

Lady of The Warehouse

There's beauty in abandoned buildings, in other's junk.

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Things I Lost

Things I Lost

Beautiful beaches, books, treasures, house, cats and wildlife. Things I lost in the hurricane.

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Strange Days

Strange Days

Dreaming dreams, how many of us remember our dreams in great detail. Churchyards, ghosts, flowers and strange lighting. Dreams are still unexplained and yet some say they reflect our deepest fears or our sought after passions.

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Finding A Way Out

Finding A Way Out

Caribbean seas and warm breezes can sooth one through the roughest of times. When pushed to the edge, there's always a way out, a choice of a mind change or a location change.

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Innocent in a Strange Land

Innocent in a Strange Land

This photograph was shot in an old abandoned church, with a Mamiya RB67 large format film camera. I resurrected the negative and added the elements and statue of liberty in photoshop.

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SOS

SOS

After Hurricane Irma, there were so many people homeless and surrounded by garbage and rubble. It was a desperate time throughout the Caribbean when paradise turned to hell on earth.

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The Visitor

The Visitor

I love cats and like to include them in my photographs when I can. The cats were added in afterwards and the photo was taken on Lake Ontario.

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The Car and The Rooster

The Car and The Rooster

In a small village in England, a Citroen parked alongside a narrow river.

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A Girl and her Shoes

A Girl and her Shoes

This vintage photo originally was taken with a Hasselblad camera in the early 80's. I resurrected the old negative and added the elements and textures in photoshop.

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The Corset

The Corset

After Hurricane Irma, the world was a dark and strange place for many weeks to come. A surreal world that felt eery indeed.

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Dodging Arrows

Dodging Arrows

This vintage style photograph I shot of a girl in the early 80's and I resurrected to include in a rendered portrait with fishing boats on a Caribbean beach. Dodging arrows is the title which again was how I felt, how fragile life is and was after hurricane Irma.

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At The Tracks

At The Tracks

Vintage style photograph of railway tracks also depicting how fragile life is.

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We Know What We Are

We Know What We Are

I love Shakespeare quotes, and this photo of mine seemed to capture this quote for me. I also love a vintage look.

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