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Receding Memories of The Summer Of 2018 Preserved In 25 Images

Posted in photography with tags on September 16, 2018 by johnbuckley100

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Over on our sister site Tulip Frenzy Photography we have updated several galleries and added new ones.  And yes, this is a shameless effort to get you to go there.  But before the summer of 2018 recedes in our memory, allow us to show some — okay, an indisciplined sample of 25 — of favorite images from a well-documented summer.  And if you like any of ’em, on our photo site you’ll see how easy it is to purchase ’em.

As makes sense if you consider that our time in D.C. is not spent with a camera glued to our hand in quite the same way it tends to be during the time we spend out West, most of what follows was taken in the Greater Yellowstone.  In fact, let’s show our favorite pictures from D.C. before we dive into images from the Mountain West.

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Okay now.  Onto the Tetons, more or less in chronological order.

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Rodeo Night In The Tetons

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on August 26, 2018 by johnbuckley100

Rodeo Project Supplement-21Over on our sister site, TulipFrenzyPhotography.com, we’ve just added a gallery devoted to the Jackson Hole Rodeo.

It is a wonderful, small-town rodeo with riders, bulls and horses assembled, three times a week in the summer, from around the West.  One of the things we like about it so much is the way they incorporate young riders into the competition. Go to Tulip Frenzy Photography for a variety of galleries that have been updated this summer.  But if you’d like a further preview of some more images from the rodeo, see below.  All images Leica SL.

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We’ve Posted Our High Heel Race Photos At Tulip Frenzy Photography

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on November 1, 2015 by johnbuckley100

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We collected some of the best images from the last two years of D.C.’s High Heel Race and posted them on a gallery at Tulip Frenzy Photography: Images By John Buckley.

Introducing Tulip Frenzy Photography: Images By John Buckley

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on September 2, 2015 by johnbuckley100

Tulip Frenzy Photos

Some years ago, when Tulip Frenzy launched, I gave it a subtitle: “Commentary On Music (Mostly), With An Occasional Photo.” Over time, though, Tulip Frenzy became a blog in which I published photos and occasionally wrote about music. It’s not that music became less important to me.  Clearly, my passion for photography became more intense, even as fewer were the albums or concerts that could prompt the kind of fanzine gushing that was the motivation for much of the writing in the early days.

So last week, I began publishing Tulip Frenzy Photography: Images By John Buckley, a freestanding site on which I’ll exhibit, and possibly sell, my photography.

Think of it as a sister site to Tulip Frenzy.  Bookmark it if you’d like.  Rest assured that I will still publish both the occasional photo and the occasional music piece on Tulip Frenzy.  But if the photos are worth a damn, you may see them migrate into gallery space on the sister site.  I hope you like it.

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