Since I pretty much blew out all of my nature imagery yesterday in a Facebook portfolio that a number of you liked — thanks, by the way — I thought that I would dig deeper into my files. A few years ago — actually seven, I think — I traveled to South Africa with aContinue reading “Under African Skies”
Simplicity, patience, compassion I have just three things to teach: Simplicity, patience, compassion. These three are your greatest treasures. Simple in actions and in thoughts, you return to the source of being. Patient with both friends and enemies, you accord with the way things are. Compassionate toward yourself, you reconcile all beings in the world.Continue reading “Simplicity”
My only justification for picture this comes from the following quote. “The secret success is constancy of purpose.” — Benjamin Disraeli I suppose I’m trying to corner the market of pictures of old fashioned clothes pins. Or not. Actually, I just like the graphics and the light.
“I think I’m finally growing up — and about time. So much to do, so little done, such things to be” — Elizabeth Taylor via Paulo Coelho’s Blog.
Sometimes in order to get to the essence of things, you have to look very closely. because the big picture is just to confusing. Even then, it may just be a metafore.
Okay. Those words are from a Greatful Dead song. But, that’s what I saw one morning when I walked out of my door. It’s funny. I have a couple of friends who always complain of having a shooting block. They can’t find anything to shoot. I usually tell them open their door and walk outsideContinue reading “Morning Dew”
To me, this image says spring about as well as any picture. It was a one off picture that I made as part of my picture a day project. I just wish I could find this location again. All I can remember is that it is somewhere in Albuquerque, somewhere near the Rio Grande andContinue reading “I Wish”
More images from my spring collections. A little back lighting always makes the delicate growth of spring just seem to pop out in the image. It seems to have the gentleness of a Japanese or Chinese work of painted art.
A little wind, a little bright spring color and a slow shutter speed make a photographic image that almost looks like a painting. Almost.