Mother sea otter with rare twin baby pups
Fast otter, faster shutter, Kenai Fjords

Bits about me, mostly oldEdit

Joined the Wikipedia project in June 2006. Time flies....

I review books for many print and online publications. I'm a retired mineral exploration geologist, formerly based in Arizona and New Mexico, now living on the Central Coast of California. Served in the USNR, sometime after Adm. Farragut. Older than dirt.

Other interests/(semi?)-expertise:

  • Science fiction
  • SW US history and prehistory
  • Northern Mexico history and prehistory
  • Ethnographic art
  • Paleoclimates in the geologic record, and implications for modern climate change



The photographs and images featured here are among my favorites of those I've uploaded to Wikipedia. Click on them for the source, more information, and a full-size image.



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Wikipedia articles writtenEdit

 
Camp Bird Mill
 
SLC, UT 1909. Those hats! That house!
 
Bobkittens!
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  • I'm also an active contributor of photos and other images at Commons. See here for details.

Substantial contributions to:Edit

 
Gold dredge in the Klondike River, 1915.
  • This list is (pretty much) updated to 13 September 2009. It was getting too tedious to keep up with it, so I'm not updating it anymore.

Geology, mining, climate changeEdit

 
Break time underground, ca. 1900
 
"Picturesque camp made by a lone geologist on the cinders of Inferno"
 
Lava Falls, Uinkaret volcanics
 
Unusual halite crystals
 
Tafoni at Salt Point, Sonoma Coast, California
 
Travertine, Thermopolis, Wyoming
 
Trestle, Central Pacific Railroad, c.1869
 
Control panel, Critical Mass Laboratory, 1970
  • Ongoing Image Project: I'm going through the voluminous Robert Lavinsky mineral photo donation, and adding photos to appropriate articles. It's a big job -- but lots of pretty pictures. See User:Tillman/Favorite minerals for some samples.


BotanyEdit

WildflowersEdit

Arts, crafts, ethnology, ethnographyEdit

 
Sold for US$188,000, October 1999
Vanity Fair portraits and caricaturesEdit
 
Working stiffs, 1880

Motor Vehicles, Railroads, TransportEdit

 
Roundhouse wipers, 1943. A Featured Picture at Commons
 
Temple Square, Salt Lake City 1915.The Redman Van and Storage Company changed its name after its storage warehouse burned down in 1907.

Other Science and EngineeringEdit

Naval & MaritimeEdit

Other Military, AerospaceEdit

 
Tank driver, 1942

AlaskaEdit

ArizonaEdit

CaliforniaEdit

 
Duke Kahanamoku, 1920
 
Coso sheep

ColoradoEdit

NevadaEdit

New MexicoEdit

 
Tetragrammaton over the main entrance to St. Francis cathedral
 
Fall colors at the Brazos Cliffs, near Tierra Amarilla

OklahomaEdit

OregonEdit

TexasEdit

UtahEdit

 
Armed party deivering the goods, SLC, 1917

Washington stateEdit

WyomingEdit

Southwest USEdit

CanadaEdit

MexicoEdit

 
Etchohuaquila, Navajoa, Sonora

South AmericaEdit

National parks, public land, conservationEdit

 
Fossil Butte, Wyoming

Science FictionEdit

MiscellaneousEdit

 
Marian Anderson christens USS Booker T. Washington
 
Mosque, Almonaster la Real

Image galleriesEdit

Drafts, in progress, archivesEdit

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