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I’ve been busy lately with paid work, which is great. But I found myself shooting less for fun recently, and that’s not great. All work and no play, well…you know how that ends up. So I decided on a personal … Continue reading
Sunrise, moments ago.
I was going to post some best-of-2011 photos today, instead I got caught up in, well, having fun and listening to music. Sorry. But that’s not a bad way to spend the day part of New Year’s Eve. Tonight I’m … Continue reading
…leads through Autumn.
…til the well runs dry. Or that’s the old saying. In the maritime climate of Cascadia, you never miss the water because it’s hard to get away from the stuff. Rivers, lakes, ocean, Puget Sound, even little salmon-bearing streams. And … Continue reading
Poking around the yard this afternoon, grazing on berries, when I saw these two dalhia blossoms interacting in a curious way. Natural light, with contrast enhanced in Photoshop.
Every creative person hits a lull now and then. I recently was looking out the window of my studio and thinking: “Everything’s been photographed before. There’s nothing original left to do.” Reading photography magazines and books didn’t help with inspiration. … Continue reading
No, I’m not going to tell you how I made a refreshing drink from the plentiful dandelions in my yard, ’cause I didn’t. I’ve heard if you roast their roots they make a reasonable coffee substitute. But today I wasn’t … Continue reading