2013 westward ho! 5/5! the end…for now

Hello World,

This will be the end of this long winded trip post. I’m sad but excited for the next one. What to come with me on the next one? Now you can! Be standing in the right place and the right time and you join in on the journey. Get out there and see!

During the trip I set a creative challenge to in camera shoot multiple exposures of all of the scenes that I experienced. This is something I do quite a bit. Not multiple exposures per say but I am always trying something opposite of my current thinking. Things that I am not sure exactly how or if its even going to work. This spawns the happy accident. (on purpose of course)

These are a few of my favorites ending with just a few scraps from the collection of images from the trip. Enjoy or not. It’s your choice. That is what makes art so wonderful.

Because I am just in that kind of mood, I aim to title these relating to why I made the image in the first place.  What was I trying to say in these frames? I think that this is something we ask ourselves far too little. So the next time you start to pull the trigger ask your self what you want to say. Have a VOICE! Your own voice. Here we go…

Multiple personalities…maybe. Multiple exposures…for sure!

keep on clickin’

parker j

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power plant polluting both the sky and the land. Page, UT

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Monument Valley eating birds.

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Spires roots

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desert pool

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circle interrupted by trunks

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The road to heaven and hell.

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out the window

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mountain bones

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inner earth

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weightlessness

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two trees and an iPhone picture… you can do it.

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standing in the road and seeing 90 degrees forward

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he is, Joe Photo

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Haunted hotel in Death Valley

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out of camera flip

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Now for the scraps. Just killer light on a cowboys stache!

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same dude straight on.

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a lonesome bush

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taking the lens off and tilting to throw it out a bit.

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the textures were endless at Zabriskie Point in Death Valley NP, CA

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3 squares stitched. Bryce Canyon, NP, UT

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  • Rob Villetto - April 23, 2013 - 10:01 am

    Super creative work! Great work as always.ReplyCancel

  • Kristen Luettke - April 24, 2013 - 4:13 pm

    Hi Parker, really cool shots! My father was actually in Death Valley last week on a photo trip as well, one of his favorite places to visit. If you happened to see a tall skinny guy walking around with a camera, it may have been him… You might not remember, but I met you a few years back during a vacation to NC. I was with my mother and a friend, and stumbled across your shop and just had to knock on your door. Thanks for letting us see your studio. I just wanted to say you are awesome, I am so inspired every time I look at your images!ReplyCancel

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