Once again, I’m honored to have earned 3 nominations in the 13th Annual International Color Awards; two in the “Americana” category and 1 in the “Still Life” category. In total, ICA received 6,093 entries from 73 countries.
Honored to again be a part of the International Color Awards with my nomination in the Fine Arts category, 12th Edition. Dig, if you will, a large Pistachio in New Mexico.
Honored to learn that my image placed 2nd in the Americana division of the 10th Annual International Color Awards. “Condimerica” Part of the “Keep America Beautiful” series; Yosemite National Park, CA
Also earned an additional Nomination in Still Life.
Full winners here.
It’s official, and an honor…my photobook “Rangefound” has been accepted & is on display at the Athens Photo Festival 15: https://lnkd.in/ezTF6Fw.
Good news: the RangeFound® name for online journals, sites, blogs featuring rangefinder camera photography and general photography is now protected via International Bureau of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) under Madrid Agreement and Protocol (Reg. No. 1 089 240). The registered U.S. Trademark status (Reg. No. 3,893,811) remains as well.
Nothing to do with photography, but since we’re at the anniversary of the Berlin wall tumbling down, I think back and remember, as a shortwave-listening DX-obsessed lad, the last broadcast of East Germany’s Radio Berlin International. RBI was a great catch for us SWL fans as their QSL package often included pennants, booklets, bookmarks and other gifts. Their last broadcast was 2nd Oct., 1990, before RBI was absorbed by Radio Deutsche Welle. Interesting to listen to now as the final program was tinged with bitterness at the unification. Hear for yourself in 2 parts…