El Capitan in Yosemite National Park in California.
My wife and I visited many moons ago.
Tag Archives: B&W photography
Traveling on Route 1, in the south and east of Vik, in the distance is the Myrdalsjokull glacier.
Different parts of the glacier have different names.
After a rainstorm, wet leaves.
Photograph originally make with 35mm color slide film.
Scanned and processed into B&W.
A photograph of a grandmother and grandson. My Mom and my son.
Photograph made many years ago and still one of my absolute favorites.
My son is no longer a little boy but a successful young man.
And my Mom passed away in 2004. She was the best.
A solitary boat on Cape Cod Bay.
It floated gently on the water by Provincetown.
Diving on the East Coast of Iceland on a rainy Sunday,
somewhere between Djupivogur and Faskrudsfjordur (try pronouncing those names),
we came across an Iceland Monolith on the shore.
Photograph by my daughter Ashley.
She is an university art student graduating this year.
To Boldly Go……
Partial view of a full moon.
Photographed using a Celestron 8 inch telescope.
Chuck Berry passed away yesterday. He was 90. He was a favorite of mine, have several albums and saw him in concert at the Capitol Theater in Passaic, NJ. (Photograph above from a concert at the Capitol.) My favorite memory goes back to when I discovered his music. I was in Woolworth’s in Paterson, NJ with my best friend, a musician. We were thumbing through the record albums (I’m talking vinyl) and I found my first Chuck Berry one. Excited, I turned to my buddy and asked, “Who’s the black guy?” He couldn’t stop laughing. In the 1970’s I made Super 8mm movies with my friends. I used Chuck Berry’s music as the soundtrack to them. I loved his music. Still do. Still have that album where I discovered he was a black guy.
An abandoned house in the snow.
Photograph made on medium format B&W film.
The Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon in Iceland.
Photograph by my daughter who is in her final year as an university art student.
All of her images were made with Kodak B&W film and developed by her.
All Images © Richard J Green. All Rights Reserved.