Delicate Arch Revisited

I recently came across this image and edited it NIK editing tools and Adobe Photoshop.

If you have never been to Arches National Park, you should think about making the trip. The spectacular views are primarily sandstone and eroding away. The Park Service thought about covering some of the formations with a clear polyethylene chemical but abandoned the idea as environmentally unsafe.

Although there are signs everywhere telling people to not climb on the rocks and stay on the paths, there are a lot of idiots that ignore this and are helping the natural process of erosion with the death of a million touches. Park Rangers fear that Delicate Arch may not last too much longer and although there are many other spectacular views in the park, the collapse of Delicate Arch will be a sad event so see it soon.

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Delicate Arch Revisited

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Newly Discovered DOD Behind The Scenes Photographs #5

I was recently searching my archives for a project I am working on and found some images from Zombie Nights that have never been published. I will not publish a new version of the book but will publish low resolution images here for fans and eventually high resolution versions on my commercial sites for purchase.

A lot of these images were not published because I don’t think they are very good. I probably never published this one because it is not framed properly. I am posting them all on my blog because there seems to be an appetite by fans to see all these images.

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Behind the Scenes on DOD

Relic fromThe Past

I took this a long time ago. It was a 35mm Ektachome image which I scanned in 2010. I wish it was a little sharper but I like the color and composition.

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Relic from The Past

The Monster of Kennywood 1977

I haven’t been to Kennywood since the late 1970’s. I took some of my students from Ivy School of Professional Art on a field trip there and we all had a great time taking photos. I have always been fond of this picture, the ride is long gone ut it reminds me of simpler times.

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The Monster

Grateful Dead–Pittsburgh Civic Arena September 23 1973

I saw so many great shows at the Syria Mosque that it is hard to remember I also saw a lot of great shows at The Pittsburgh Civic Arena. Jethro Tull, The Who, Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana and Traffic just to name a few. This was the first time I saw the Grateful Dead.

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The Grateful Dead 1973

Newly Discovered DOD Behind The Scenes Photographs #4

I was recently searching my archives for a project I am working on and found some images from Zombie Nights that have never been published. I will not publish a new version of the book but will publish low resolution images here for fans and eventually high resolution versions on my commercial sites for purchase.

A lot of these images were not published because I don’t think they are very good. I probably never published this one because it is a silhouette not realizing the appetite to see all these images.

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Behind The Scenes on Dawn of the Dead

Newly Discovered DOD Behind The Scenes Photographs #3

I was recently searching my archives for a project I am working on and found some images from Zombie Nights that have never been published. I will not publish a new version of the book but will publish low resolution images here for fans and eventually high resolution versions on my commercial sites for purchase.

I especially like the look on George’s face and the side eye from Katherine.

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Behind The Scenes on Dawn of the Dead