Middle Ground – Book + print box set final development

With the ongoing border wall issues created by the current American president it just seems that my Middle Ground project will always have some relevancy. When I self-published the Middle Ground artist book concurrently with my solo exhibition at Fabrik Projects, Chris Davies, the owner of the gallery, asked if I would also be interested... Continue Reading →

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Winter on Trabuco Flats

Trabuco Flats, January, 2019 copyright Douglas Stockdale An unanticipated visual change to Trabuco Flats that I have recently notices are the winter conditions. In southern California during the winter months we gave brief amounts of rain. Which in turn creates a new look to the otherwise monotone brown landscape; green grass! (yes, we do not... Continue Reading →

Winter Seascapes – January 2019

San Clement North Beach, January 2019 copyright Douglas Stockdale Being an old school landscape photographer, I am probably also a bit of a romantic, thus I find that I cannot ignore a potential sublime landscape image when the opportunity arises. While dropping off Ella at the San Clemente train station (yes, the train station is... Continue Reading →

Annual Christmas card rite – 2018

Vail, Sandstone Creek, February 2018, copyright Douglas Stockdale It is the time of year to send out the Holiday cards, which for us is a Merry Christmas (greeting) card that also includes the best wishes for the New Year. So spoiler alert, our photo this year is not the one above. Rather this photograph was... Continue Reading →

Trabuco Flats – still evolving

Trabuco Flats, 2018 copyright Douglas Stockdale After recently making the changes to move my website operations to SquareSpace, I have been taking some time away from working (photographing) my Trabuco Flats project. Some needed reflection time. When I find myself unsure of how a project should look (revisualization), I think it is best to slow... Continue Reading →

Landscape of Trabuco Flats

Untitled, Trabuco Flats 2018 copyright Douglas Stockdale From time to time I am going to feature the evolving landscape of Trabuco Flats as I develop this book project. For most of my landscape photographs I pay close attention to any horizon lines as it seems that my photographs have a tendency to dip down just... Continue Reading →

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