After Time


After time. After the blue hour. By luck. And, by chance. That’s life. Blink once. It’s gone. I was on my way to some place. I looked to my left. An interesting scene. But, very dark. I thought, “I wonder if…” I pulled out my handy iPhone. I made four pictures. Three of the fourContinue reading “After Time”

Drifting


Two leaves. Stuck in the mud. Going nowhere. Spring rains and construction leave almost no place to walk if you choose certain directions. Either there is mud. Or, pooled water. The dog who accompanies me comes home with muddy paws. I come home with muddy feet. The kitchen floor needs to be mopped twice daily.Continue reading “Drifting”

Winter Light


Low winter light. It’s powerful, clean and almost explosive at the ends of the day. Especially if the cloud cover is broken or there are almost clear skies. I got lucky last week. After a day of rain, the sun broke through at just about dusk. Man, did it break through. It was powerful. ItContinue reading “Winter Light”

Something for a Sunday


A bright, happy and energetic Sunday picture it there ever was one. Happy Sunday. Oh. For those of you who want to learn a technique, here it is. Set your gear to everything auto. Stick your phone or your camera into the bush, flower, tree or whatever. Push the shutter release button and let yourContinue reading “Something for a Sunday”

Rainbows All Over Your Blues


After a long hard week, this is what I saw as daylight came to an end on Friday. I don’t think it could get any better for me unless I was in the French Quarter. The picture contains two things that are close to my heart. Rainbows and trains. On some days, it doesn’t getContinue reading “Rainbows All Over Your Blues”

In The Hour


Land of the weird. Mysterious. Moody. Almost evil. A place that you would not go. Often, I’m inspired by book covers, or Netflix thumbnails for direct to video scary movies. I think that’s what I was working to in post production, all of which was done on my smart phone, using Snapseed and Stackables. MyContinue reading “In The Hour”

Mood Swings


A little change for you. I was looking at my 2018 archives. I realized that aside from Mardi Gras and a few second lines, I’ve been doing the same thing over and over and over… and hoping for something different. For almost two months. In some places that’s the classic definition of insanity. I don’tContinue reading “Mood Swings”

In One Day


One day. That’s all it took. I pass by this place almost every day. One day the trees looked like winter. The next day they looked like spring. That’s great, I suppose. The temperature is too hot. Our low temperatures have been higher than our normal highs during this time of year. I’m not aContinue reading “In One Day”

Pieces of Paper


Amazing. Last evening, the light was just amazing. As usual, I was in the wrong place. So, I did what I could. This picture fits nicely into a sub-genre of landscape pictures called, ” New Landscape.” Me? I just call it a picture. Or, photograph. I don’t think photography has to be sliced and dicedContinue reading “Pieces of Paper”

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