Best Twelve


I didn’t quite make it. Not because I couldn’t stand it. Instead, I realized that “best of” collections are best done before the turn of the year. Not on the first, or second of January when I said I would return. Instead, I’m back. Sort of. On December 31, 2018. Tomorrow is January 1, 2019.Continue reading “Best Twelve”

The Season


I made an executive decision. At least I’m not throwing the world into turmoil with my choice. I’m just taking a break. I realized that I’m a little bit burnt out on daily pictures and musings. Even though the actual process of posting doesn’t take a long time, I find pictures and process them. IContinue reading “The Season”

Your Light


Deep Blue. When I made the picture I had the title in mind. I forgot what I already knew. Deep Blue is the title of a song by George Harrison. He wrote it upon the death of his mother and while he was trying to keep his father and brothers together. Unless you are likeContinue reading “Your Light”

There are Times


This was going to be a Christmas post. And, post about how pictures are everywhere. The picture is about just that. We went to visit some friends. A Christmas visit. I walked out through a gate and saw this picture. I made it without thinking twice. I did some work in post production and hereContinue reading “There are Times”

Here’s Yer Winter


Winter. Not winter. No. I’m not gloating. I just feel lucky. After being in the cold north for a bit and coming back to NOLA, I realized just how good we have it. In late fall, winter and spring. The rest of the year is hot, humid, sticky and generally miserable. We all try toContinue reading “Here’s Yer Winter”

The Big Square


Yes. The big square. It made a lot of sense to me to crop the picture into a square format. Normally, I would say that square crops are sort of a vanilla design approach. It keeps the picture from showing motion. Or, direction. It’s been a fad for website designers for a while now. IContinue reading “The Big Square”

In a Golden Hour


Time passes. Seasons change. The world keeps turning. What seems important today is meaningless tomorrow. I never claimed to be a nature photographer. In truth, I’m not. I photograph what I see. For the last few years a lot of what I see has many elements of nature.  I suppose it could be attributed toContinue reading “In a Golden Hour”

Skytrain Three


The third time is a charm. They say. Maybe. It does help to return to the scene of the crime, er, picture. Eventually, I’ll get it right. This may be the best of the skytrain pictures, mostly because of the clouds, the light and the golden color. Also, because I finally found the right angleContinue reading “Skytrain Three”

Boredom


Big storms. Boredom. Sometimes while we are out and about running errands a big storm explodes into sideways rain. A hard rain. Rain that drenches you even with an umbrella. So, we wait. Waiting for the hardest rainfall to pass. It’s the hardest part. In the car. Then, we get bored. I solve my problemContinue reading “Boredom”

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