Ok, I can't help myself. In my book black and white is still king. Certain photographs scream out to be photographed in black and white. I have heard this clarion call and have answered. If you must turn away so be it, but certain black and white photographs are a 100 times better than that same photograph in color. It is up to the artist to determine which ones work and which ones don't. So, here they are.

There is a certain amount of compression on these photos that you see here due to the web page. The actual photo is not compressed at all, but because digital space is at a premium, the photos give the impression that they are being squeezed. You can click on each photo to make it bigger.

The first photograph is of Frank's Spagettii House, on Leopard St, Corpus Christi. I have been going in there for years. The children now run it, since the owner died. It is a house that was built about 1900.

Front door of my house. It was a foggy day, the sun was coming up and I decided to take some photographs of the sun, fog and trees. I like it. Just an abstract photo.

I do a lot of astro photography and have a webpage just for that. MALLOY OBSERVATORY but I though I would put this in here.

Devils Elbow, down Padre Island going to Mansfield Pass, on the beach, no roads here. A lot of trash from all over the Gulf washes up. There is an old tree, and part of a sailboat that at one time I would guess was about 40'?

Corpus has plenty of shrimp boats and shrimp for that matter. FYI. Photo taken with a medium format film camera. A Hasselblad 503cw.

If you want to see the photos larger, just click on the image.