Author Archives: Larry Bullis

Albert Camus’ grave, Lourmarin

The Canadian Broadcasting’s program “Ideas” this week concerns the life and work of Albert Camus.¬†http://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/the-enduring-power-of-albert-camus-l-√©tranger-1.4439630 Like so many young people in the late 1950’s and early ’60’s, Camus affected me deeply. Visiting Provence in 2011, I made a point of traveling south across the Luberon range from where we were staying in Bonnieux to the […]

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Cloud Shadow

Washington State is on fire right now. Mostly, it’s east of the mountains, but there is a fire upstream of us on the Skagit River. Here in Anacortes, on Fidalgo Island, we are seeing effects of the fire. There is smoke in the air. In this image, we see the shadow of the cloud, where […]

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Light Drawing 05999

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Light Drawing 06078

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Lara and Rosie, the Wolf Cub

Another image from 1978.

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Cow Seen on the Road

You know, you see these things sometimes.

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A Complicated Situation

From 1971. My two daughters, Marie and Lara (the baby), with my grandmother, Esther Robinson. I’m enjoying going through the files.

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The Edifice of Lies, Detail

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The Ghost Trestle at Beverly

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The Edge of the Field

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