Participation in mass lunacy is not compulsory.

A title without content. A troublesome thing. I’m pondering where that title statement should go, or where it should lead, or where I should drag it, or if it should BE at all. As an opener it’s got a nice ring to it. Trouble is, a half-dozen paragraphs didn’t come rolling out with it. Unusual. […]

Yet Another Wigglegram

Another Wigglegram because they’re fun to do. Here’s a gnarly bicyclist on a freezing cold day. In the rain. In a 30mph wind. See how happy he seems in spite of it?  Behold the magical power of forest bicycling. This is a multi-image composition you scroll through by rolling your mouse across the frame. 3D […]

Updates at my main website.

Huge changes are in the works at markhoffmanphotography.com, If you haven’t been there in a while it’s worth the trip. New design. New layout. Just new. There used to be around a thousand images for viewing/sale. Things have been trimmed. A lot. Some of the images will be returning to the various galleries and albums. […]

The Power Of The Print

Somewhere I read that information is being amassed and recorded at a rate so prodigious that no single human could read even a single day’s record in his/her entire lifetime. This assertion seems reasonable to me. So what of the historian of the future? Humans, if they still exist, many hundreds of years from now […]

Wigglegrams revisited

An old 50mm prime on the Nikon this time. shooting images in the back yard that I know, in advance, I’m going to make scrollgrams out of. No particular rhyme or reason, just for kicks. This multi-image composition changes viewpoint as you roll your mouse across the frame. point of view Scrollgram. Slowly sweep mouse […]

Rattlesnake! Not again.

Prairie Rattlesnake

Having just added a post about the scarcity of rattlesnakes and encounters with them, I find I must amend that post. Yesterday, on a trek up the side of a hill I’ve been up hundreds of times, I happened upon two Prairie Rattlesnakes within 40 feet of one another. This particular hillside and I have […]

Jewel Thieves

Thought for the day: The precarious human predicament owes its existence to thieves. Jewel thieves. Good ones. Except that “jewel” is misspelled. The word is joule. A term describing energy. That’s important to humans because we use joules all the time. We use them every second of every day our entire lives. Without them we’d […]

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