Here are my two images that juried into the RayKo Photo Center’s 2010 International Juried Plastic Camera Show. I will be at the opening Friday February 26th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. The show is up February 26 – April 17. Hope you get a chance to stop by and see the incredible images that plastic cameras can make.
RayKo Photo Center
428 Third Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
This photograph was created using a Kodak Fun Saver Panoramic 35 disposable camera. Trish and I were living in Oregon at the time. This was the last day of a two week long photographic expedition to Nevada. We had camped nearby at Fort Rock in south central Oregon, with the intentions of visiting Hole-in-the-Ground a place we had heard of but had never been to. Driving the narrow winding forest service road to Hole-in-the-Ground was a very unassuming experience until you arrive, emerging from a fairly dense stand of pine trees and suddenly your on the rim of the crater looking down 500 feet to the bottom. We spent the best part of the morning hiking around this inspirational place.
This photograph was also created using a Kodak Fun Saver Panoramic 35 disposable camera. It was November in Arizona’s Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, the weather was terrific. We virtually had the whole park to ourselves. On the second night we headed up the Alamo Wash to backcountry camp at Alamo Canyon Camp. We spent several days camping and hiking from this location, I shot this image on the last morning we camped here, standing on the picnic table of our camp spot.