The Man Who Fell to Earth

I often return to my images from New Mexico when I feel like tripping down memory lane and testing new Photoshop techniques on altered landscapes. New Mexico is a state … Read More

Very Large Array Timelapse Trials

Timelapse Trials I recently created a small movie from Very Large Array in New Mexico, featuring stills and my first timelapse sequences ever captured. Do watch this in fullscreen and … Read More

Very Large Clouds and Arrays

I have blogged previously about Very Large Array in New Mexico. It was one very special place for me and I ended up staying for four days. I have many … Read More

White Sands video

I am continuing my learning process of cutting videos and finding it fun and very creatively addictive. In an adrenaline rush of a few hours of inspiration I produced a … Read More

Dreamers of the Day

My words are not flowing today so I shall borrow freely from T.E. Lawrence: Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day … Read More

I’ve gone to look for America

Stealing titles as I often do, this one is of course Simon & Garfunkel aptly describing this post. Like a lot of people, I grew up with American movies and … Read More

Contact with the Very Large Array

“The Very Large Array consists of 27 radio antennas in a Y-shaped configuration on the Plains of San Agustin in New Mexico. Each antenna is 25 meters (82 feet) in … Read More

New Mexico, Land of Enchantment

Land of Enchantment is the state of New Mexico’s ‘slogan’ and I am inclined to agree. New Mexico really is home to some enchanting landscapes. I have already blogged about … Read More

Storm before the calm at White Sands

New Mexico is home to some rather beautiful wide open spaces. As you drive through this state the horizon is larger than normal, the sky is taller and the clouds … Read More