Stoner; why I had surgery earlier this week

Mussel Rock, Encinitas Beach copyright 1978 Douglas Stockdale - Good news, the surgery for the removal of a kidney stone, reported to be only slightly smaller than an ocean shoreline boulder that I photographed earlier (or at least it felt something like this), was successful and I am now on the mend (meaning that the... Continue Reading →

Earth Day 2020

When thinking of Earth Day, the poetic photograph above as a metaphor for what Earth Day represents for me always seems to come to mind. This was captured in the spring of 2006 and has all of the elements of hope for an Earth Day narrative: trees budding representing a new life, running water as... Continue Reading →

Camera Arts making a comeback

copyright Douglas Stockdale With the May 2008 bankruptcy of the Camera Arts magazine by Tim Anderson, the Publisher & Editor, I thought that the magazine was a goner. Which was sad after I had a great conversation with Tim at the Palm Springs Photo Festival during my portfolio review session.  Which resulted in a request to... Continue Reading →

OCMA auction item

Tired Bones copyright 2007 Douglas Stockdale -  My framed and matted image Tired Bones is now available for bid in conjunction with the Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) non-profit fund rasing art auction. I created a large special edition print for this fund raising auction, with an image size of 15" x 32-1/2", printed with pigment... Continue Reading →

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