Browsing All posts tagged under »Bernard Hymmen«


May 16, 2014


Going into the Light (,Steep, and Deep) I haven’t skied n 2 years, but I had a good run. There was a time when skiing defined me. I would work 150 days straight so Rhonda and I could ski every snow day for the next 150 days, which once included 55 out of 60 days […]

Photographic Memories, 1000 Words

November 6, 2011


Normally, I talk about the technical details that make a great photo, which for me would be a photo worth printing. Of course there are many things that make photos great.  Some are just intensely personal, regardless of the artistry they capture. A few years ago, Bernard Hymmen and I went to Mt. Baker ski […]

HDR B&W, Digital vs. Film

October 22, 2011


Author’s note: This post did everything I hoped, in that it covers a subject I haven’t seen elsewhere; it’s the most popular subject on my blog: despite it’s age it gets regular hits so people must be coming to it from search engines. It took me a long time to come to these realizations and […]

Fly Fishing the Elwha Part 1: Sunset on the Elwha

September 7, 2011


Part 2: Sweeter than Wine Part 3: The Last Hurrah Related: Color…A Most Curious Thing It Started One Mothers’ Day I booked a trip with my friend Bob Triggs to fish the Olympic Peninsula this spring. As we were to meet on a Monday, I decided to head over a day early with my friends […]