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I LIKE FEET!

Posted in Alternate processes, black-and-white, friends, Me, Photography, Solarization with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 28, 2010 by sambissell

Red Hot Floor, 2005

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Old Works Renewed – California 2006

Posted in Abstract, Botanical, Electrified, friends, Mysticism and Magic, Nature, Negative Space, Photo Drawing, Photography with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 26, 2008 by sambissell
Above Giant's Rest

Above Giant's Rest

Yesterday, Christmas Day, I had some time to process a few photos, while my son spent some time with his Mom. It seemed a good thing to do on a day of relaxation….doing something that really relaxes me.

On Labor Day weekend in September 2006, my friend, Rene, and I flew out to CA for 10 days to work on my friends, Paul and Barb’s, place in Redway, in northern CA, near the Lost Coast and Avenue of the Giants. I’ve mentioned these places before in previous blogs but these are photos I haven’t uploaded yet. The photo above was taken a few feet from their front door at their place next to the Eel River, called Giant’s Rest. These trees are redwoods and rise up into the sky as far as one can see.

Through the Forest - Sinkyone

Through the Forest - Sinkyone

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Been away…busy…playing in old photos…(aka One for Rene and one for posterity)

Posted in Abstract, Botanical, Electrified, friends, Nature, Photography with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 2, 2008 by sambissell

My friend, Rene, is a massage therapist, here in Denver. I met her in 2006, when we worked together on a garden maintenance crew. She’s a very cool woman…we’ve been through some interesting times together….and we’re great friends!

Rene, Laughing

Rene, Laughing

So, I took this photo one day after she had given me a massage:

Her Hat Hangs Among Reflections and Printed Reeds...

Her Hat Hangs Among Reflections and Printed Reeds

and then I turned it into this a couple of weeks ago:

The Duality of Reflection

The Duality of Reflection

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