Tag Archive: photography

like brothers on a hotel bed

wyoming is not a place i share with other people.  i do it alone.  that may sound like a prick thing to say, but it’s true. i go up there to experience solitude,… Continue reading

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badlands

three weeks ago, i left dallas for a 10 state, 5,000 mile road trip. the vast majority of the two week trip would be spent wandering my old haunts in the great states… Continue reading

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vermejo again

i was lucky enough to be invited back to vermejo last week for another shoot. the hummingbirds were very social. there are a few groups of ferrel horses on the property.  they don’t… Continue reading

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bear encounter: proof

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¡blind pilot!

on the drive up to telluride from vermejo last week, bd introduced me to the band blind pilot.  i was immediately drawn to their almost rain-like delicacy.  they are a very talented bunch… Continue reading

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12k ft. days

i awoke tuesday morning at alta lakes.  the sun shone bright in the cloudless sky, silhouetting the mountains in front of me. i left the lakes in late morning, and headed back to… Continue reading

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outside telluride

my friend bd and i pulled in to telluride mid-day saturday.  sunny and 72 degrees.  mountains all around.  fantastic. we got a bite to eat at smugglers, then spent the rest of the… Continue reading

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palo duro

on my way to a job at vermejo ranch in new mexico, i made a very quick stop.  just south of amarillo is palo duro canyon state park. i only had about an… Continue reading

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journal: montana

6-18-09 my car is facing away from the mountain.  i wake to the cold and rain.  it’s 5:30 a.m. behind me, the mountain is covered in a thin fog, like a bride under… Continue reading

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…last week in wyoming…

one of my first, and best, friends when i lived in wyoming was kim.  she recently got married and had a gorgeous little girl, kate.  first thing’s first… i had to go see… Continue reading

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living the high life

this past week, my great friend John got married in napa, california.  it was hugely entertaining. the weekend started early with a friendly croquet match on thursday… then came the photo bomb contest.… Continue reading

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lebanon… the book

i am excited to announce the creation of my first photo book, with words and photography on the subject of lebanon.  here’s a preview. lebanon will be a mixture of color and black… Continue reading

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prague

i was lucky enough to have a 9 hour layover in prague on my way home from lebanon. all images © andrew r. slaton | photographer 2009

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lebanon… day 6

all images © andrew r. slaton | photographer 2009

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despues de la lluvia

bilbao in spring.  it rains almost every day for a few hours.  but after the rain stops… la luz.   barrika cliffs. sopelana beach cliffs. we took a day trip to san juan… Continue reading

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bilbao, y mas

teba picked me up and took me straight to the little park in artxanda mountain that overlooks bilbao. wow.  what a view. my first look at the bay of biscay.  really, my first… Continue reading

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cover shoot

a few weeks ago i had a cover shoot for american motorcyclist magazine.  the subject was Mike Kraft, an iraq war vet, with a true love for motor bikes. now, i’ve never been… Continue reading

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and so it begins…

i’m back in austin this weekend for a shoot, and once again i’m wondering why i don’t live here.  right now:  i’m at my favorite burger, beer, and darts joint, crown and anchor,… Continue reading

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vegas redeemed

i traveled to las vegas a few weeks ago.  not my favorite place in the world.  but this time it wasn’t for a bachelor party or an extravagant birthday weekend.  i went with some friends… Continue reading

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up on a mountain

here’s a quick preview of a new film i’ve been working on called the mountain.  just like the other short films, it’s basically just moving versions of my landscape/ nature imagery, put to… Continue reading

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telluride

to me, experiencing winter in the mountains is like breathing for the first time.  though i don’t remember my first breath, per se, i can imagine how bittersweet it must have been. last… Continue reading

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