First Day of Spring

Finally we can start to put the long dark days of winter behind us! It's time to smell the moist dirt, time to enjoy the flower bulbs coming up, time to thaw out and put away the warm coats and boots. So let's grow this spring, it's time for rebirth, new beginnings and lots of... Continue Reading →

Photographic Zen

Have you ever been in a photographic zen where only you and your subject exists? Where time stood still and you are so focused on what is in your frame, you forget all your worries and whatever you were looking for and then you found it? Well I have and these images are a good... Continue Reading →

We Meet Again.

What’s it been? I believe almost 7 months? Maybe more. Anyway it's Monday again. Chilly morning but the sun is shining. About 24 degrees and super quiet except for the wind. We had a snow day yesterday. It's pretty messy outside. I am sitting in my usual place by the window with my laptop on... Continue Reading →

My Summer Garden

Summers used to be our busiest season but our summer garden was always neglected and sparse, dying in a few weeks. Years ago I had a large, beautiful garden. Gardening was my way of relaxing but after a while I just didn't have the time to care for it. Covid 19 has changed many thing... Continue Reading →

Fourth of July

Independence DayIndependence Day  “For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.” ― Nelson Mandela

Abstract Thoughts

With abstract photography you either love it or hate it, there are no rules. Abstract is how the viewer interprets the art and because everyone's taste is not the same sometimes it can be intimidating to try to create it. I used to have a folder for all my abstract photography which I named "random"... Continue Reading →

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