Decay


Until the end of time. That’s what this picture feels like. I made the post production match my dreams. I really need a city to do this properly. I have some old cityscapes that might fit the bill. Some dreams I have, eh? They say that dreams are about some unsettled issue, or an answerContinue reading “Decay”

More


Learning. Always learning. That’s probably what this image is about. It’s really just my old layering technique from a couple of years ago. But, better. Better because I’ve had years to play with it. Just like all of us, using certain tools, I hope to improve. Experience matters. Who knows? My learning isn’t limited toContinue reading “More”

On This Day


Today. Fourteen years. It’s hard to believe that it’s been that long. Time doesn’t matter. Like anyone who was in New Orleans at the time, I remember it like it was yesterday. I remember evacuating from Hurricane Katrina. I remember coming home to see my house had flooded. I remember my neighborhood looking destroyed. IContinue reading “On This Day”

Chaos


Chaos. I was reading an op-ed piece by The New York Times’ Frank Bruni. He said that he was completely worn out. He started by saying that he logged on to his computer and there it was. The never ending chaos and drama coming from one man. It’s daily. It never ends. Frank Bruni neededContinue reading “Chaos”

After the Storm


We had a storm. Storms aren’t unusual this time of year. We are in the rainy and hurricane season. Lately, our storms are overwhelming all of our drains, canals and pumping systems. We accumulated five inches of rain in about 90 minutes. Everywhere Uptown was flooded. I don’t mean with a few inches of water.Continue reading “After the Storm”

National Dog Day


It is National Dog Day. There are so many “days” about this, that and the other, that I mostly ignore them. Not National Dog Day. I had something else planned for today. When I read about today, I had to make a change. A good thing too. I’ll tell you why later. Anyway. I madeContinue reading “National Dog Day”

Magic and Light


Magic. The Grateful Dead’s late Jerry Garcia said that we all need a little magic. I think he’s right just about now when the world seems to be spinning off into every kind of chaos. I’m not going there today. This is just something that I’ve being tinkering with until I got it to thisContinue reading “Magic and Light”

The Summer Storm


The sky turned really dark. Even the dog who shows me stuff didn’t want to be out. She did her “business” and headed for home. She’s no fool. She doesn’t like water falling on her from above. For most of us, this is nothing unusual. Summer rain. It blows in from the Gulf of Mexico.Continue reading “The Summer Storm”

Catch Me If you Can


I’m going back. Carole King wrote it. Just about everybody recorded it. “Going Back.” A song for the ages. A song for me. I was alright. I’d gotten over the shock. Of the feeling of loss. I knew it wouldn’t last. I didn’t expect it to arrive yesterday. Here’s what happened. My old friend andContinue reading “Catch Me If you Can”

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