Happy Halloween!

This poor fella was on my front porch today. He looks a little thirsty.

2018 Ocala Arts Festival

Last weekend was the 52nd Annual Ocala Arts Festival and this was my third time participating in the event. While print sales were moderate, the weather was beautiful and I met and talked with a lot of art patrons from Ocala and the surrounding areas. I also talked with artists from all over the region and enjoyed their many talents. I'm hopeful that a few of these conversations will lead to some opportunities for new photos to share with my audience here. I had on display three of the largest prints I've ever shown publicly. I was hoping to sell at least one of these during the first day of the show just so I could get it off the wall and make room for two or three other prints.

Trixie at Indian Lake, Part 2

Our first attempt at a photo shoot in this location started well, but after less than thirty snaps, my camera broke. As soon as I could get a replacement, we set out to finish what we started and here are some of the images. Trixie's skin is fair and pale and makes a great contrast to the dark woods around Indian Lake in the late afternoon.

Trixie at Indian Lake, Part 1

We set out to shoot at the base of an electric power line tower, but the location I had chosen fizzled when we failed to find a tower with adequate privacy for a nude shoot. Maybe next time. Instead, we stopped at one of my new favorite places, Indian Lake State Forest. And this is my new favorite nude model, Trixie Vixen. Unfortunately, technical issues cut the session short, but this is the best of the day (also in the People Gallery):

Torn at O'Malley's

A subset of local band Stripped Down, Torn has enough energy to rock all night at Ocala's O'Malley's Alley.

Indian Lake with Jasmine

Jasmine and I have worked together before and we always manage to get something good. Last week was no exception and I'm very proud of these. At Indian Lake State Forest in Marion County.

New model: Trixie

Trixie Vixen is fairly new to the modeling industry and I reached out to her to offer a few tips about her portfolio. Thankfully, she took my advice to heart and also asked if we could collaborate on a few ideas. I agreed to provide her with a few new images from a quick session in downtown Ocala's parking garage, and it looks like we may be working together on several more ideas in the near future.

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