Photography - Woody Thrower

Like most photographers, I take pictures of what catches my attention. I've noticed that I take a lot of pictures that show interaction between nature and humanity (rust, tree stumps, or rain on an oil slick). I like to think of it as collaborative art -- mostly because that sounds pretentious, and sounding pretentious keeps me humble.

I have a deviantART account where I post some of my favorite photos. I also post photographs on Flickr and on Woodpress, my weblog.
I primarily use a Sony Cybershot DSC-T1 because it's small enough that I carry it with me all the time. I also have a DSC-F828 that I use when I go on planned photo excursions. My wife, who took the picture of me (I'll let you figure out which one that is) usually uses a DSC-F717. The oil and water picture in the lower left was actually taken with a PDA (a Sony Clie PEG-NZ90) before I got the DSC-T1, because at the time that was the camera I always had with me.